How To Make a Flat White

“The flat white is a drink that originated in Australia, but has spread to New Zealand, the UK and other parts of the world. It’s similar to a latte, but with a smaller shot of espresso and slightly less foamed milk. It’s also served in a smaller cup.

The process is very similar to a latte. You need to steam and heat the milk, then pour it in a cup with espresso. The difference is that you need to pour the milk slowly in a steady spiral down the center of the cup. This creates a lot of foam, but the temperature of the milk should keep it from rising up and spilling over the cup.”

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“Tell me how to create microfoam milk for coffee”

“There are a few different ways to create microfoam, but they all require very hot milk (at least 160 degrees). The best way is to use a steam wand and steam the milk. If you don’t have access to a steam wand, pour a small amount of milk into a cup, then microwave for 30-60 seconds. Whisk the milk until it becomes frothy and heats to at least 160 degrees.

“What’s the difference between a flat white and a cortado?”

“A cortado is very similar to a flat white, but with just a little more milk. In fact, it’s often hard to tell the difference between the two. The main difference is that a flat white uses a slightly smaller espresso shot and slightly less foam, while a cortado uses a bit more milk.

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“what are the different types of milk coffees?”

“There are a few different types of milk coffee. The latte is the most popular, but there are also cappuccinos, flat whites, and macchiatos (which I think is just a fancy word for a latte with a little design on top).

“Tell me about the Gaggia RI8362”

“The Gaggia RI8362 is a high-end espresso maker that has everything you could want in an espresso machine. It’s easy to use and maintain, and it produces great coffee. The only downside is that it costs as much as a used car, but if you’re really into coffee, it’s worth it.

“The Gaggia 140986 is a great little espresso maker. It’s not too expensive, but it still has all the features you really need. It’s easy to use and maintain, and it makes good coffee. It might be a little small for very large kitchens, but for most kitchens it should work just fine.

I don’t know who invented the flat white, but New Zealand is definitely where it originated. It was created in the 1980s at a small coffee shop in Wellington.

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