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One shot. An Americano is often thought to be similar to an Espresso with equal parts of water and coffee added after the espresso has been brewed. The total volume (ounces) of an Americano is between 1 and 2 ounces, yielding 16-24 teaspoons, which roughly translates into one shot/two shots worth depending on how strong you like your coffee to be. For those who drink a lot of espresso and would like a less acidic and more diluted taste than an Americano provides, I recommend drinking a cafe latte or cafe au lait instead. Both offer the same amount of fluid as an Americano but also contain milk which will cut down on some bitterness from caffeine for those who can't handle any.
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