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Espresso was a coffee drink originating in Italy on Earth, made by forcing pressurized hot water through finely ground coffee.

Roberta Lincoln wished for an espresso while visiting Fort Cochise in 1994, and lamented that there was not a Starbucks coffee shop nearby. (Star Trek: The Eugenics Wars novel: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2)

Nyota Uhura enjoyed the scent of espresso while visiting Baltimore in the early 2270s. (TOS novel: Traitor Winds)

Jadzia Dax was a regular espresso drinker, and while attending Starfleet Academy, regularly visited Café Roma for their espresso. Ezri Dax, however, detested the drink. (DS9 - Star Trek: Gateways novel: Demons of Air and Darkness)

Ms. DellaMonica, a survivor of the Europa Nova colony, was upset after being evacuated in 2376 that she could not get a good cup of espresso from the replicators on Deep Space 9. (DS9 - Star Trek: Gateways novel: Demons of Air and Darkness)

Jean-Luc Picard had an espresso following a celebratory dinner on Earth following the eradication of the Borg in 2381. (Star Trek: Destiny novel: Lost Souls)


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Espresso
A dark, strong coffee made by forcing steam (or hot water) through finely ground, Italian-roast coffee especially blended for making espresso. This form of brewing produces a thin layer of creamy, dark beige froth on the coffee's surface. Espresso is served in a tiny espresso (or Demitasse) cup. An espresso doppio is simply a double espresso.

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