Cappucino is a caffeinated beverage made up of steamed milk, froth, and espresso. It can only be served hot. The standard, at least in America (especially at Corporate Coffee shops) is half froth, half milk with the espresso. A cappucino with more froth is known as a dry cappucino, and one with more milk is known as a wet cappucino. It's like drinking a coffee flavored cloud if it is made right.