Caffé latte


A true Italian experience, a Caffé Latte is a creamy drink made of espresso, steamed milk and froth. The foam on top is also commonly decorated for a unique presentation. The Caffé Latte is similar to a Cappuccino except the Latte has more milk and less foam.

The term “Latte” means milk in Italian. Therefore, if you see a drink on a menu with “Latte” in the name, the drink will contain a significant amount of milk in the drink.






  1. Brew one shot of espresso.
  2. Steam the milk.
  3. Pour the milk into the espresso by using a spoon to hold back the foam.
  4. Add the froth to the top of the drink.
  5. (optional) Make latte art on top.

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Some cafes like to add flavored syrup to lattes. Popular flavors include vanilla, peppermint, Irish crème, caramel, cinnamon, almond, hazelnut, toffee, buttered rum, orange and raspberry. Flavored lattes may be topped with whipped cream or other toppings.

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