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Espresso Macchiato

An espresso to which a small amount of milk froth is added on top. Espresso Macchiato means literally in Italian an espresso "marked or stained" with a dollop of frothed milk. Milk brings a touch of softness and smooth texture without creating a heavy beverage that could be drink easily at any time. ​The low amount of milk keeps well the coffee intensity with a limited shift of the aromatic profile.
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Latte

A classic espresso-based beverage to which a generous amount of hot slightly frothed milk is added. Latte or Caffè Latte (Italy) with the highest milk proportion gives a high sweetness perception allowing coffees to express more in sweet-caramel notes.​ Using an Espresso extraction and larger milk ratio will result in a more fluid but still creamy body texture with reduced intensity ideal for…
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Flat White

An Australian classic recipe, which is a combination of an espresso with a larger amount of slightly frothed milk. Even if it is still a debate today, the origins of the flat white goes back to the 80's between Australia and New Zealand. Some say that flat comes from a milk that was not frothing. Nevertheless, this beverage has a thin brown micro-foam on top. In coffee intensity it could be situated between cappuccino and a latte with a creamy body.
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