You can now put your face on your coffee to get a date
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By: Maria Mercedes Galuppo
Stop swiping right and swiping left, a coffee shop in London might help you improve your love life.
Espresso Yourself is a pop-up cafe that uses 3D printing technology to match people together by printing their face onto the foam of their coffee.
The free coffee cups contain personal information about the person featured in the coffee, like name, height, age and hobbies.
And if you like what you see there's a link on the cup to get in touch with the person through Match.com.
If you don't like anyone available on the coffee you can always have your own face printed onto a cappuccino and hope someone wants to pick it up.
Or better yet, take control of your destiny and give the coffee personally to that person you've set your sights on.
Who said dating is boring? Well, at least not in London.
Coffee and espresso drinks explained
A latte is espresso and steamed milk with a small amount of milk foam on top.
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A cappuccino should be equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and milk foam.
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A dry cappuccino features less of the traditional steamed milk and more milk foam in its place.
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A cafe au lait is traditional black coffee mixed with warmed milk.
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Espresso is specially brewed coffee, created with finely ground coffee beans brewed under pressure with nearly-boiling water.
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A macchiato, traditionally, is a 'stained' espresso -- espresso with just a dot of milk.
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An Americano is espresso mixed with hot water.
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A cortado is espresso that is 'cut' with an equal amount of milk.
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A red eye is for the severely under-caffeinated -- espresso shots mixed in with a regular black coffee
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