In Italy, like the cappuccino, the caffè latte is drunk mainly in the morning, the rest of Europe serves it regardless of the time of day!
Base drink for Caffè Latte
The base drink for the Caffè Latte is an espresso
Ingredients for Caffè Latte
Approximately 210ml milk
As with cappuccino, every type of milk can be used; in general, the higher the fat content of the milk, the better it foams and the better the flavor can be experienced.
Preparation of Caffè Latte
- | Brew an espresso into the Caffè Latte glass or cup. If the Caffè latte glass is too high to brew the espresso directly into it, the espresso can also be brewed into a small jug.
- | Froth the milk (210ml) in a milk jug (about 60-65 degrees approx. hand warm, not too hot). Alternatively, a milk foamer can also be used.
- | The milk froth should be firm and creamy
- | Pour the milk into the cup or the glass and gently swirl the coffee and milk so that the flavors can blend. The Caffè Latte is also perfect for latte art
- | The milk foam should be about 5mm thick (about half of a cappuccino foam)
Coffee Recommendation for Caffè Latte
For caffè latte, we recommend to start with some stronger (darker) roasted blends to get more coffee taste in the milk.
If you do not already know any of our coffees, we recommend the following of our coffees for the Caffè Latte:
This excellent espresso blend with 70% Arabica and 30% Robusta gives the Caffè Latte a very special sweetness.
This espresso from Sacile dominates flavor in the milk and is perfect for those who prefer a strong coffee character in the foreground.
A strong, intense espresso from Sicily which perfectly brings out its flavor in the Caffè Latte.
Full-bodied and intense, this espresso from southern Italy is also a perfect complement to a Caffè Latte. The bitter notes fade into the background and give the latte a noticeable, pleasant coffee note.