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flat white uses milk as a velvety foam, a cappuccino uses a third milk liquid and a third foam, and a Latte being the milkiest of the group uses predominately milk liquid but with a foam top. Recipes for all 3 below:

LATTE

  • Ratio milk and coffee: 1/3 espresso: double shot, 2/3 steamed milk (170 – 225 ml), 1 cm foam.
  • How to serve? In a cup/glass of 240 ml
  • Origin? America

CAPPUCCINO

  • Ratio milk and coffee: 1/3 espresso, 1/3 steamed milk, 1/3 frothed milk or micro foam
  • How to serve? In a cup of 150 – 180 ml
  • Origin? Italy

FLAT WHITE

  • Ratio milk and coffee: Double shot of espresso, 2/3 steamed milk (with ideally micro foam)
  • How to serve? Same as a cup of cappuccino
  • Origin? New Zealand or Australia