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What is the difference between a latte and a cappachino?

Question #63562. Asked by mementoflash.
Last updated Jul 02 2021.

zackgreen08
Answer has 1 vote
zackgreen08

Answer has 1 vote.
The differences between these drinks are subtle, but significant.

Think of a cappuccino as drinking espresso and a little steamed milk through a "cap" of tons of light, fluffy, shaving cream-style foam. The espresso and steamed milk are sitting on the bottom of the cup, while the huge "cap" of light, fluffy, shaving cream-style foam is on top.

A lattè is a blend of espresso and velvetized foam. A lattè is a little heavier in the hand than a cappuccino because the lattè does not have that huge "cap" of light, fluffy, shaving cream-style foam. Finally, a lattè is a little milder than a cappuccino due to the greater volume of steamed milk and velvetized foam.

Mar 15 2006, 8:59 PM
peasypod
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peasypod
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Answer has 2 votes.
Since this is one thing I do for a living, I think I can safely trump in here and say that a latte (meaning milk) has more milk than a cappuccino.

A cappuccino has more espresso than a latte. This is a guide I give my staff:

link https://www.diffen.com/difference/Cappuccino_vs_Latte

Response last updated by satguru on Jul 02 2021.
Mar 15 2006, 10:14 PM
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