Looks like regular espresso.
Is regular espresso plus correction – in this case: Cognac.
The red marble belongs to an old table (with strong, dark, wooden legs) paired with a set of two small benches covered in red corduroy, sat through from years of usage. They are placed in Pisa’s oldest coffee bar: Dell’Ussero. Founded in 1794, with some impressive toilettes: yellow marble on ground, walls and ceiling.
The elder signora behind the bar’s counter wore bright pink lipstick, the elder signore a perfectly ironed, white button down shirt.
Not the most elegant place in town but seriously charming. They interact with this slightly distant friendliness which is said to be typical for Tuscany and makes me feel comfortable.