The flat white is a traditional drink that is simple to create at home. Only espresso and milk are really required. If you wish to sweeten it, sugar is an option.
Because of the velvety texture and rich flavor of the flat white is the result of a proper ratio of coffee to milk.
Starbucks flat white is a super-strong espresso that is topped with creamy milk froth. What exactly is a super-strong espresso? It is referred to as a ristretto. A ristretto is similar to an espresso, except that it has much less water.
The consistency of the milk is critical to the creation of a good flat white. Espresso should be served with perfectly frothy milk, which should be freshly made.
I adore the cheap Espresso Maker since unlike many of our favorite coffee makers, steam passes through the coffee instead of water leaking through. The steam in the coffee gives it its distinct flavor.
A simple method for making milk frothy is to heat the milk, pour it into a jar with a cover, and shake it vigorously. If you want to go all out, you can invest in a milk frother.
Two shots of espresso are prepared and poured into a glass over a spoonful of sugar (if desired).
To make the milk frothy, steam it for a few minutes and then froth it for at least a minute.
Pour the hot, foamy, foamed milk over the espresso and stir to combine.
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