Latte is the most familiar Italian coffee item for Chinese people. It is a fancy coffee with equal proportion or even more milk added to the thick and rich espresso.
With the warm flavor of milk, the original sweet and bitter coffee becomes smooth, sweet and rich.
Even people who are not used to drinking coffee can't match the taste of latte. Like cappuccino, latte is suitable for drinking in the morning because it contains a lot of milk.
Italians also like to warm their stomach with it for breakfast. In Italian kitchens in the morning, coffee and milk are usually brewed on the sunny stove at the same time.
Italians who drink lattes prefer milk to espresso rather than espresso. Only espresso can bring unforgettable taste to ordinary milk. [Italian latte] requires a small cup of espresso and a cup of milk (150 ~ 200ml).
Latte contains more milk and less coffee, which is very different from cappuccino. Latte is very simple. It is to pour nearly boiling milk into the freshly prepared Italian espresso.
In fact, there is no fixed rule on how much milk to add, which can be freely mixed according to personal taste. If you add hot milk to some cold milk that has been frothing, it becomes a cafe latte. Starbucks's American latte is made in this way, the bottom is Italy espresso, the middle is heated to 65~75 degrees of milk, and finally a layer of cold milk foam less than half centimeters.
If the hot milk is not released, the two scoop of milk foam is directly decorated on Italy espresso, which is called Espresso Macchiato by Italian people.
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