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Having owned (and been spoiled by owning) a pair of espresso businesses about 7 years ago, hubby and I have become increasingly curmudgeonly about the quality of our ...
Here's enough for two 16 oz lattés You need, of course, some version of Cold Brew coffee extract, 2 to 4 oz per cup or to taste. 16 ...
Measure out 16 oz (2 cups) of milk into a saucepan and start heating. Ideally you want the milk somewhere between 180° F and 200°F, (83°C to 93°C) ...
Once your milk is hot, pour it carefully into your French press pot and insert the screen and lid. Put your towel or potholder on the top to ...
Once your milk is sufficiently foamed, add any flavoring into your cups and slowly pour the milk on top. You can add the coffee extract either before or ...
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