Latte means "Milk" in Italian. Latte, which is a combination of hot milk and approximately 5-6 times the amount of espresso, is a coffee that lives up to its name and is perfect for those who like to drink coffee with plenty of milk. The biggest difference between Latte and Cappuccino is that Latte has a high percentage of hot milk and consists of a thin layer of milk foam, while Cappuccino contains a small amount of hot milk and a dense amount of milk foam. Today, the decorations made on the top foam of Latte are called Latte Art , and versions where different flavors are created by adding various aromas are very popular. You can also check out Flavored Latte Recipes here, which you can make using various flavors such as Toffee Nut Latte and Pumpkin Spice Latte .
- 20-25 ml espresso
- 120 ml fresh, heated and slightly frothed milk
How to Make Latte?
- Add 1 shot of espresso to the glass in which you will make your latte.
- Heat fresh milk with your coffee machine or other milk frothing equipment and froth it a little, making sure it is not thick.
- You can serve it after adding the heated and frothed milk over the espresso.
You can apply this recipe in a 150ml glass. To make a larger amount of Latte in a 250ml glass, you can double the amount of espresso, 40-50 ml double espresso, and the amount of milk to 200 ml.
Equipment You Can Use to Make Latte: