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Naviguer dans la culture des cafés au Portugal : Un guide pour commander du café

Commander du café au Portugal peut être un défi pour les étrangers. Le café joue un rôle crucial dans la culture portugaise, et partager une tasse est une raison de socialiser. De plus, savourer un bon café est un plaisir très apprécié par les Portugais. Cependant, pour un étranger, demander un simple café à Lisbonne ou n’importe où au Portugal peut ne pas être une tâche facile. En fait, la boisson communément appelée « espresso » dans d’autres pays peut avoir différents noms au Portugal. Cet article vise à familiariser les lecteurs avec les différents termes utilisés pour désigner le café dans les terres portugaises, en fournissant une compréhension des ingrédients divers trouvés dans différentes boissons à base de café.

LES NOMS ET INGRÉDIENTS DES BOISSONS À BASE DE CAFÉ

A. Bica, café ou cimbalino (selon la région du pays) : c’est un café que les étrangers appellent généralement « espresso ».

B. Abatanado : Il est similaire au célèbre « Americano » mais en plus petite quantité. Deux expressos avec une bonne quantité d’eau. Certains l’appellent « double ».

C. Carioca : c’est un café léger. Les grains sont placés dans la machine, et un café est extrait. Ensuite, un autre café est préparé en utilisant les mêmes grains.

D. Italiana : C’est un café très court, la moitié d’un espresso. On dit qu’il est plus fort que l’espresso régulier.

E. Meia de leite : Servi dans une grande tasse, c’est une boisson café au lait. Un espresso est préparé, puis la grande tasse est remplie de lait.

F. Galão : Similaire à meia de leite mais servi dans un verre. Il a plus de lait et plus de café.

G. Café duplo : Deux cafés ou deux expressos sans ajouter d’eau (donc un peu différent de abatanado).

H. Café pingado : C’est un café avec un peu de lait (quelques gouttes de lait).

I. Garoto : C’est un café avec de la mousse de lait. Ce terme est plus courant dans le sud du Portugal.

J. Descafeinado : C’est un café décaféiné (en réalité, c’est un café avec beaucoup moins de caféine car il en contient toujours un peu).

K. Café em chávena escaldada : C’est un espresso régulier, mais dans ce cas, la personne qui le boit veut que la boisson soit plus chaude.

L. Café em chávena fria : Exactement l’opposé du précédent. Ceux qui le boivent veulent que le café soit moins chaud. Souvent, le serveur rince la tasse avec de l’eau avant de verser le café.

M. Café com cheirinho : Le célèbre « cheirinho » signifie un peu de brandy dans le café. Certains croient que cette boisson fonctionne comme un digestif.

N. Café sem ponta : Le café est préparé normalement, mais la tasse n’est remplie qu’après les premières gouttes de café.

O. Café com gotas de limão : Un café régulier avec quelques gouttes de citron. Certains croient que cela aide contre les maux de tête.

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2023-10-03
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2023-09-25
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Brian Horner
2023-09-23
I've never really learned a second language and, in fact, did not do well when I took the required Spanish classes in high school. I thought I was a lost cause. After moving to Lisbon I decided to enroll with Lisbon Language Cafe and I couldn't be more impressed. First of all, because the class size is so small and because they focus on speaking/engagement, I really got to know the other students - it was just so much more fun than I could have ever expected. I came with hope and left with new friendships and the foundational skills needed to navigate daily life here in Portugal (give and receive directions, order food, communicate with doctors, etc...). I don't normally write reviews but feel compelled to do so for Lisbon Language School because of how good my experience was. I am excited to continue my education using this school and honestly feel that the teachers are vested in ensuring my success. Muito obrigado por me ensinarem português!
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2023-09-23
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2023-06-28
Update: I just finished the A2 classes and I’m looking forward to B1! Going to Lisbon Language Café has helped me a lot in improving my Portuguese. I think that if I did not take these classes, I would’ve been stuck speaking in present tense with everyone. Now I’m able to use multiple tenses which makes my discussions more fluid and allows me to improve my understanding skills as well. My overall grammar, conjugation and vocabulary has improved a lot. Cherry on the cake: I noticed that even when I have a bad day, my mood switches during these classes as the vibe is always super nice :) I attached a picture from the lessons with the best, most hard-working student of our group. — Previous review: I attended the A1 "night" classes. The class is well-structured, we moved fast, and got to learn many useful things that allow me to speak more comfortably already (vocabulary, conjugation, etc.) Frederico is super nice, friendly, and laughs at the worst jokes, which made me happy. Now, I must master all the knowledge he passed on to us before getting in the A2 group. BIG bonus points for letting me come with my dog to class. Would definitely recommend these Portuguese classes to anyone. Thank you for everything!
Erin C
Erin C
2023-06-20
I had such a great time in this class. Frederico's approach is easy and fun. He equips you with a lot of information. Do your homework!! He even had class online when I was ill and couldn't make it in person. His printouts he gave me still come in use. This class gave me the courage to try speaking in my daily life, even with errors, and I understand much more. I had a great time in this class. Estou praticando mais. Obrigado!
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Michael Wickers
2023-06-19
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Isa Branco
2023-06-03
Lisbon Language Cafe offers excellent Portuguese A1 group lessons led by a dedicated teacher. Frederico’s expertise and teaching style impressed me whereas he also created a supportive and engaging learning environment, emphasizing vocabulary, grammar, and conversation skills (however also making it practical for daily use!). Individual needs were addressed and patient guidance provided. Also cultural insights were integrated into the lessons. The comfortable atmosphere, good group and lots of laughs contributed to a pleasant learning experience. If you're looking for Portuguese lessons, I highly recommend Lisbon Language Café!
Robbin Goss
Robbin Goss
2023-05-20
A great portuguese course in Lisbon. I learned portuguese and got a lot more comfortable with the language after taking the intensive portuguese course while living in Lisbon. Frederico is a great teacher who really cares about his students learning. I highly recommend this portuguese language lesson, and it's in a great location!
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Jamie O Sullivan
2023-05-09
I very much enjoyed this Portuguese course in Lisbon. The classes are fun and conversational while still learning all the key grammar items. I would highly recommend this for anyone wanting to learn Portuguese in Lisbon

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