In Costa Rica, which is the country of coffee, you have to be careful what you say.
Specifically -- if you go sit down and ask for a cappuccino, they will bring you an excellent cappuccino.
If, however, you, for whatever reason, such as that you've no Italian module loaded that day, or momentarily feel like the naming's too pompous or whatever else, tell them to bring you cafe con leche, then they are obligated by law as well as long standing custom and the incessant nagging of displeased women expecting them expectantly in hell by the grosse to bring you this :
Above depicted in an unsteady hand, the Government Mandated Standard Issue Cafe Con Leche Set (GMSICCLSi). It contains one porcelain cup for the end product (with saucer and spoonlet -- not visible in the above depiction because I think I might have inserted it into one of the companeras there present), one metal stein with lid and spigot for the coffee, and one metal jug for the warm milk. PER PERSON. NO EXCEPTIONS. Plus, of course, the usual accountrements. Before ordering you must make sure you have an adequate table, because la gerencia no se hace responsable for any sudden loud pops and/or fusion reactions that may be sparked by unconformant spatial tightness.
Put that in your covfefe cup and smoke it!———