What is a Flat White?
A flat white is a drink with espresso, steamed milk and a layer of foam on top. It’s similar to a latte and cappuccino, but has a thinner layer of foam on top. Modern coffee shops have very small differences between these three coffee drinks. If you want you can read the major differences between a flat white vs latte vs cappuccino below. If you want to know more about espresso coffee, read here.
What is the recipe for a Flat White?
- Flat White is the least frothy, with about ¼ inch microfoam at the top. The steamed milk is stretched 20-25%.
- Latte is medium frothy, with about ⅜ inch microfoam at top. The steamed milk is stretched 25-35%.
- Cappuccino is frothy but not foamy, with about ½ inch microfoam at top. The steamed milk is stretched the most of the three, at about 30-50%.
How much caffeine is contained in a Flat White?
Depending on the type of beans you choose and the roasting temperature, the caffeine in an espresso can range from 80mg to 120mg per single shot.
What you What do I need to make a Flat White?
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