What is a latte?
A latte is a popular espresso-based coffee drink that is made with espresso and steamed milk. It is typically served in a tall glass or ceramic mug, and is often topped with a layer of frothed milk or foam.
How is a latte made?
To make a latte, a shot of espresso is first brewed and poured into a cup. Steamed milk is then added to the cup, with a layer of frothed milk or foam on top. The milk and espresso can be mixed together or left separate, depending on the customer's preference.
What is the difference between a latte and a cappuccino?
While both lattes and cappuccinos are made with espresso and steamed milk, there are some key differences between the two. A latte typically has more milk than a cappuccino, and is topped with a layer of frothed milk or foam. A cappuccino, on the other hand, has less milk and more foam, with a layer of cocoa powder or cinnamon often sprinkled on top.