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Posted Tue Dec 4, 2012, 12:46pm
Subject: Christmas Coffee Recipe - Cinnamon Latte
 

A hugely popular drink, especially at Christmas time! A Cinnamon Latte combines rich espresso with lashings of hot steamed milk, a crowning layer of milk froth all underlined by the subtle yet unmistakable flavour of Cinnamon. Try this recipe using your traditional espresso machine to produce a perfectly spiced Cinnamon Latte, great to offer all year round or as a seasonal special.

Prepare Espresso in the bottom of a latte glass

Pour required shots (1 x 10ml shot per 9oz or 10oz Cinnamon Latte or 2 x 10ml shots for 12oz and above) of Cinnamon Flavoured Coffee Syrup into the bottom of a steaming jug

Add required amount of milk to steaming jug and froth

Using a milk spatula to hold back the froth, pour the steamed milk into a warm latte glass stopping approximately an inch from the top

Remove the spatula from the milk jug and top the glass to the top with milk froth by shaking the jug or spooning it on top

Top with ground cinnamon or serve with cinnamon stick. For an extra indulgence, top with whipped cream, mini marshmallows, chocolate shavings and a little ground cinnamon.

This recipe can also be made with any of our commercial coffee machines. Simply add the syrup into the bottom of a Latte Glass, place the glass under the dispense head of your bean to cup coffee machine and press the Caffe Latte selection button. Dust with chocolate powder from your chocolate shaker or for an extra indulgence top with whipped cream, mini marshmallows, chocolate shavings and a little ground Cinnamon.
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