A latte is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk. The term as used in English is a shortened form of the Italian caffè latte or caffellatte, which means “milk coffee”. (Wikipedia)
Are you or your friends lovers of latte? If so, then this Glastal 2 x Double Walled Glasses Set would be an excellent purchase for the home.
These two stylish latte glasses are made from high quality borosilicate glass so there is no risk of the glass bursting at high temperatures. They are also double walled so the inside keeps your coffee warm for longer and your fingers don’t get burned whilst holding the outside. Even more special is that these coffee glasses are hand-blown so they will make a fantastic gift for coffee lovers. As you can see, these latte glasses are very stylish and will look great in any home.
This super gift for coffee lovers costs less than £20 which we feel that this makes an excellent present at a great price. We like gifts that are attractive enough to be displayed when not in use and are also perfect for everyday drinking whenever you get the urge for a rejuvenating caffè latte
How to make a caffè latte
In Italy, caffè latte is usually made for breakfast at home. The coffee is brewed on the stove in a pot. This is then poured into a cup containing hot milk. In Italy, the milk is not foamed, whereas in the international latte version, the milk is foamed.
Elsewhere in the world, a caffè latte is typically prepared in a 240 mL (8 oz) glass or cup with one shot of espresso, commonly a single (30 ml) or double (60 ml), and filled with steamed milk. It should have a layer of foamed milk about 12 mm thick on top.
Of course, different places in the world and different coffee shops will often have their own variation of a caffè latte, but at the top of this post is how Wikipedia describes a caffè latte to be made (so it must be right)!
We’re guessing that if you are reading this gift idea article about latte glasses then you probably like drinking coffee. Below are some books which aim to inform you more about this magical brew and tips and advice on how to make the perfect drink. Enjoy your coffee!