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Latte Macchiato

A delight for makers, this drink is the result of hot milk and creamy milk foam with the richness of Espresso!.

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Ingredients

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Steps

Time

5'

Prep

5'

Total

Ingredients

  • 130 mlmilk
  • 25 ml (1 shot)espresso
  • To tastecocoa or cinnamon powder
  • To tastesugar
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  • WHAT IS A LATTE MACCHIATO?

    Latte Macchiato means "marked" or "stained" milk in Italian. When pouring the Espresso into the glass, you should end up with a beautiful 3 layered drink, as the Espresso should float above the milk and below the milk foam. A Latte Macchiato uses the same ingredient proportions as a Cappuccino but they are added in a different order.

  • Step 1

    Froth the milk into a "microfoam" that is nearly double the volume of the original milk, using the steam wand.

  • Step 2

    Prepare the shot of Espresso in your favourite cup.

  • Step 3

    Pour the milk into a tall heatproof glass, using a spoon to keep the foam from falling in. Once the milk is poured, spoon the foam on top of it.

  • Step 4

    The Espresso shot should carefully be poured into the center of the frothed milk. Pour gently so as to create a layer of espresso below the foam, without it mixing into the hot milk.

  • Tip

    For a dairy free option, use oat milk.

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Latte Macchiato

WHAT IS A LATTE MACCHIATO?

Latte Macchiato means "marked" or "stained" milk in Italian. When pouring the Espresso into the glass, you should end up with a beautiful 3 layered drink, as the Espresso should float above the milk and below the milk foam. A Latte Macchiato uses the same ingredient proportions as a Cappuccino but they are added in a different order.

Step 1

Froth the milk into a "microfoam" that is nearly double the volume of the original milk, using the steam wand.

Step 2

Prepare the shot of Espresso in your favourite cup.

Step 3

Pour the milk into a tall heatproof glass, using a spoon to keep the foam from falling in. Once the milk is poured, spoon the foam on top of it.

Step 4

The Espresso shot should carefully be poured into the center of the frothed milk. Pour gently so as to create a layer of espresso below the foam, without it mixing into the hot milk.

Tip

For a dairy free option, use oat milk.

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