What we've got here is "coffee confusion."
That's what a British survey found in determining that 70% of java drinkers couldn't figure out a latte from a mocha or a venti from a grande. So the Debenhams department store chain, based in London, replaced all the names with what it called "plain English."
Its new menu, announced this week, lets customers order a "frothy coffee" instead of a cappuccino. A caffe mocha is now a "chocolate flavored coffee" and a caffe latte is a "really, really milky coffee."
Even a black coffee was renamed "simple coffee — with or without milk." An espresso shot is deemed "a shot of strong coffee."