Monday, June 22, 2020

Spanish latte

Spanish latte or Café con Leche is an espresso-based drink with textured normal milk and condensed milk. The taste is slightly sweeter than a normal latte but not as sweet as a latte with flavored syrup.

Spanish latte can be served hot or cold – making it a refreshing option. This recipe kicks things up with a rich chocolate infusion, zesty orange, and warm cinnamon.

Many coffee-drinkers enjoy the texture of the frothed milk on top of the latte, and the high ratio of milk to coffee decreases the bitter taste more concentrated coffee exudes. Spanish latte is one of the extremely common drinks in Spanish homes and cafes. Apart from Spain, Spanish latte is often used in other parts of the world, especially in Florida and Latin America.
Spanish latte

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