If the so called third-wave coffee movement has succeeded in introducing a more robust appreciation of coffee, it has also opened up the possibilities for how coffee can be served. For a while, it seemed that everyone was serving traditional Italian-style sizes of lattes, cappuccinos, and macchiatos. And while the quality of those drinks has vastly improved over ten years ago, it's starting to get a little boring with the same old drink formats.

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