A type of espresso coffee topped with foamy steamed milk, and usually served in a tall glass or mug; also called latte.
Latte is Italian for milk. In English-speaking countries it usually refers to one of several types of coffee beverages made with hot milk.
ka-fay LAH-tay] Espresso combined with a liberal amount of foamy steamed milk, usually served in a tall glass mug.
One-and-a-half ounces of espresso in a six-ounce cup filled to top with steamed milk, forming a dense drink. This may be topped with foamed milk.
Espresso combined with steamed milk and a small amount of foam.
Referred to by the French as CafÃ© a Lait and the Spanish as CafÃ© con Leche, this favorite coffee drink is produced by combining a double shot of espresso with steamed milk.
Italian for coffee and milk, this drink is made by filling the glass three-quarters full with steamed milk, adding a shot of espresso and topping with a thin layer of soft foam.
Espresso with steamed milk and, in some shops, a small cap of foam. It has less foam than a cappuccino. Flavored lattes have a sweet, flavored syrup added to them.
A very popular drink originating in Italy, the Cafe Latte - or Italian Latte- is a single shot of espresso combined with steamed milk. A Cafe Latte should have approximately a 3:1 ratio of milk to coffee. Can include a small dollop of frothed milk on top, plus a light sprinkling of cinnamon, chocolate or nutmeg.