Talk:List of coffee drinks
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I'm no coffee expert, but the coffee I always order in Australia is a "Piccolo" which seems to be pretty well described in  . By my understanding it is pretty similar to a Cortado, it may be a synonym for a Cortado? Every barista I ever encounter in Sydney knows what a Piccolo is, so I figure it's worth including on the "List of coffee drinks" page, but I'm not sufficiently knowledgeable to write it.
Bias and simple coffee
In the lead and then throughout this page "coffee" is used to refer to filter, percolator, drip, french press and other 'slow' methods of coffee preparation. This usage is not universal, in Australia the word "coffee" unmodified would either refer to espresso (when referring to a cafe or take away coffee) but either espresso, french press or percolator if in the home (in which case it simply means whatever coffee is available). The word "coffee" never refers to drip or filter coffee in Australia (these being essentially unavailable outside American chains). The terminology in this article and probably the classification as well should be modified, or at least labelled to reflect its regional nature 22.214.171.124 (talk) 01:21, 15 April 2015 (UTC)