Somewhere outside work and home, where you can get and go, socialize, or become as un-social, you’ll want to say something about getting your dedicated “third place.” For several, a coffee shop or cafe is the easiest, most convenient third location. You are at your corner probably and have to watch the world go around you – all in a hot latte to keep you company. You can work, ratch a buddy up, read a book, or simply watch the world go around. Do you know how to make a latte?
It isn’t that hard to make a latte at home, however, and once you have the requisite equipment and ingredients, you find that it is a nice way to start your weekend or interrupt your workday to recreate the coffee shop experience at home.
How to Make a Latte at Home
A latte is a steamed milk drink. It has a milk foam, but is less foamy than a cappuccino, unlike flat white. Here’s what your made-at-home station needs to do:
1 shot of espresso: to take the shot from the machine, it will work all very well if you fill up and pop a Bialetti Moka Espress on a stovetop or La Marzocco home espresso high-end machine. You need a double Espresso shot, which normally takes about 15 grams and 60 milliliters (2 fl oz.) of water. This is very important.
Steamed and moist milk: use a frother or steamer for the electric milk if you don’t have a steam wall espresso machine. Or on top of the stove or microwave you can heat the milk up to 130°F, then froth it in a blender, blast it into a bowl with an electric beat hand mixer, pump (manual) frother, and even use a French press like the pump brother. You can also frother it. There is a need for at least 240 milliliters of fried milk (8 fl oz.) and any milk from whole to skim from oat to soy can be used.
Quick Tip The texture of the sparkling wine will depend significantly on the type of milk used, so you should choose a milk with a texture you like.
When your espresso is tightened and in your cup of choice, sprinkle your milk with the frothed milk and insert a large spoon. This allows you to keep the milk sponge back over the top of the latte. Pour your spresso into the steamed milk and then finish with as much milk as you want—that can only drive your latte into the cappuccino region, but at home there will be no baristas to judge. Enjoy it on your sofa with a book or on your cat’s table.
How to Flavor Your Latte
There are several ways in which you can carry your latte to the next level or create a seasonal twist on the pumpkin spice. The best way to make domestic syrup is to apply a tea cubicle of vanilla or almond extract to your espresso before adding milk (for cocktails or otherwise). You can also buy pre-made syrup or make a mocha using chocolate syrup — also a splash of maple syrup is a delicious trick and a cupboard that is already available to many of us. Steep it with spices such as cardamom or cinnamon before sprinkling to add flavor to your milk.
So, do you know how to make a latte? Hopefully, you understand the steps to make a great latte. Besides, it’s fantastic to invest in coffee makers to brew coffee at home. What better than waking up to a fresh pot of coffee each morning? Now, are you ready to make a latte for you and your loved ones?
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