You can see, taste and feel the personal touch of a professional barista in a flat white, an espresso based coffee originating from Australia. Flat white should exhibit distinct flavour of coffee as well as milk.
How to make espresso?
How to make Caffè Latte? Caffè Latte is a popular espresso based drink that combines espresso and warm milk.
Using the steam wand of an espresso machine is the most common way of steaming milk. But what really happens when introducing heat, air and tiny water droplets into the milk?
Caffé latte and flat white are definitely the most ordered espresso based drinks in cafés around the world but what are they really? Have you ever wondered the difference between caffé latte vs. flat white? Let's see what makes caffé latte and flat white different from each other!
Design comes with elegant taste
40 g coffee - 680 g water – 6 min brew time
= 620 ml/608g brewed coffee
Rich flavors in a cup
20 g coffee - 300 g water – 4 min. brew time
= 271,5 ml/263,75 g brewed coffee
How to make Cappuccino? Cappuccino is one of the most popular espresso based drinks. It combines espresso and warm, steamed milk.
Back to basics
60 g coffee – 1000 g fresh water – 3-6 min brew time
= 910 ml/871 g brewed coffee
Cold brew solution for cafés
Cold brew solution for cafés/home