You may either twist these lemon peels to release the oil and put it in your coffee, or you can just apply the oil to the sides of your espresso coffee cup. A few fresh lemon peels are included with each individual serving of Espresso Romano. The most common application for them is cleaning the rim of coffee cups.
When lemon peels are twisted, the natural oils that are contained inside them are released. After giving the lemon peel a few twists, you should massage the oils from the peel into the rim of your cup. This will leave behind a little lemon flavor that you’ll be able to taste as you sip your espresso – it will be similar to the salt rim that is on a margarita glass.
How to drink espresso with lemon?
There are a few different ways to enjoy espresso with lemon in your beverage. In the event that you order your espresso with lemon, you have the option of grating the lemon over the top of your coffee cup. Lemon peel may be placed on the rim of your coffee cup as well as all the way around the edge. It leaves behind some of the oil from the lemon on the cup.
Why is espresso served with lemon?
The bitter and powerful flavor of the espresso is helped by the lemon’s acidity, which serves to balance it out. Because of this, adding lemon to coffee can help produce a taste that is both silkier and more strong than it would otherwise be.
What can I make with lemon and mint zest?
- The zest of a half lemon.
- Combine the lemon zest, mint, and chopped mint in a bowl with the coarse sugar.
- To decorate the rim of the glass, rub the cut side of a lemon around it, and then dip it in the mint-lemon sugar.
- Prepare a delectable cup of your preferred Nespresso coffee to drink out of the glass that you have prepared.
- Include one or two dessert spoonfuls of lemon ice cream in the mix.