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Flat White vs. Latte: answer revealed

According to the Bald Barista, the difference between a flat white and a latte is only in the amount of foam the coffee has.

He showed me that my flat white had 2-3 mls of foam only and that by shaking it gently from side to side it wobbled significantly more than the latte.

(I always thought it was more to do with the proportion of milk vs. coffee)

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Blogger The Happy College Knitter Says:

Good to know! Though it seems a bit silly...

 
 
Anonymous Anonymous Says:

*Finally* a simple, straight-forward answer! Cleared it up for me! Thanks

 

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