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Century in which the Italian word cappuccino was first introduced into the English language, according to Merriam-Webster. Unlike other espresso beverages, cappuccino was named—not after coffee—but after an order of monks called the Capuchins. The robes which the Capuchin friars wore closely resembled the color of a cappuccino beverage.

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