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When I get up with a hangover and my living room is already 80 plus degrees, the last thing I want is hot coffee. So, what are my options? Being the vampire that I am, there is no way I'm out into the sun to the local coffee joint. As the cliche' goes, necessity is the mother of invention. Here is my take on the notorious latte.

This is a simple way to make a home brewed ghetto latte, using fresh coffee, milk, sugar, ice and a martini shaker. Enjoy!
 
 
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Step 5: SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE!!!

Shake it up! Keep shaking until the martini shaker is really really cold! Make sure you have enough ice in there!

Notice my shaking technique: I have a finger on the lid. Trust me, when you make enough martini's, it's best to keep the contents in the shaker and not have it spray out because of a cap that shot across the room into a hot chicks eyeball.

Step 6: Enjoy!

That's it! Now enjoy your ghetto latte and rid yourself of that nasty martini hang over from the night before. Now you'll be ready for another night of debauchery!!! Cheers!
CaseyRa3 years ago
I think this might technically be an iced ole since its made with coffee not espresso.....
KateS523 years ago
So I did not know that hot chicks are still there in the morning, in the ghetto. Interesting. It sounds like you have it all together, though, so ROCK ON!
quesoman4 years ago
ghetto latte!!!!! martini shaker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-P
Hair5 years ago
so ghetto!
Kaelessin5 years ago
mmm iced coffee! doesn't the noise of ice rattling around in the shaker pierce your hungover skull though?
Funny, I wandered about this too.
Jestersage5 years ago
This is ghetto how? j/k. Anyway, this is actually the way most Bubble Tea places prepare iced stuff, by shaking (with a machine, of course, until it's nice and frothy)