Coffee has a rich history in Vienna and an entire culture developed around it that is different to the rest of Europe. It dates back to the time of the Ottoman Empire. Being there a day I hardly even scratched the surface of all the wonderful offerings there, however here is a summary of the various coffee types you will see
Kleiner Schwarzer / Großer Schwarzer: a single or double espresso
Kleiner Brauner / Großer Brauner: Also a single / double espresso, served with a small jug of milk for you to add to make it brown.
Verlängerter: An espresso with added hot water. translates as “an extended one”.
Einspänner: Espresso topped with whipped cream.
Wiener Melange: Usually shortened to just melange, from the French word for “mixture”. This is an espresso with steamed milk and topped with a little foam. Apparently less milk than with
Biedermeier cream and a shot of apricot liquor
Franziskaner Same as a Melange, but with a dollop of cream
Häferlkaffee mug of milk, with a drop of coffee for taste
Wiener Eiskaffee. An iced coffee.