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Café Con Leche (Spanish Latte)

The Spanish really love their coffee. And just like most people in the world, a cup of Joe is a staple part of breakfast in the morning time. They are also fans of milky beverages like lattes and make them with sugar-alternatives to sweeten it up–specifically, condensed milk.
Published September 16, 2021
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Joachim Estal
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
equipment

Espresso or Moka Pot

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1:2

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equipment

Espresso Or Moka Pot

brew_ratio

1:2

yeild

1

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The Café con Leche or Spanish Latte is a popular espresso beverage not only in Spain, but also in Latin America, Saudi Arabia and even in the United States. This drink is slightly sweeter than a regular latte but less than the syrup-flavored ones you order in coffeehouses.


This recipe is very easy-to-do and the ingredients can be found at the convenience of your home.

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About the Author

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Joachim Estal

8-year barista for a world-class coffee chain from the Philippines. Passionate writer and coffee champion. "Coffee has always been one of my biggest love interests in life. And I am here to share it with all of you through this platform."

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