FLAT WHITE -AND HOW TO MAKE IT

Flat white is a delicious balance of espresso this espresso is the most popular in other countries like Austra. Making flat white is simple for those who know how to make it but it’s not easy for people who have not yet made it. flat white is really a balanced espresso here we will be taking steps by step on how to make flat white and how is flat white differs from a latte here you will know how to make flat white not only that you also know the difference between flat white and a latte.

WHAT IS A FLAT WHITE?

  • A flat white is a coffee drink consisting of espresso with microfoam (steamed milk with small.
  • It is comparable to a latte.
  • smaller in volume and with less microfoam.
  • having a higher proportion of coffee to milk.
  • milk is more velvety inconsistency.

A flat white is generally served in a ceramic cup with a saucer. the  Milk is frothed and foamy as it would be for a latte but held back to around 20 mm (0.79 in) of microfoam, creating a meniscus. Differences in the size of the foam layer differ between regions, with some preferring as little as 1mm. Key to the beverage is the crema being coaxed into the meniscus resulting in a uniform dark brown color across the top of the beverage. Allowing the beverage to stand before drinking enhances the experience as the meniscus thickens and adds texture to each sip, resulting in distinct sip rings/tide marks as the beverage is consumed

The word “flat” in the drink refers to the smooth, flat foam and “white” is from “white coffee” which is coffee with milk. normally flat white Flat whites are generally associated with Australian coffee shops. A wave of Italian immigrants came to Australia after World War II, bringing their coffee traditions along with them their origins and history 1962 British film Danger by My Side, although it was not clear that the drink refers to the modern drink. Interested in more espresso drinks? Check out cappuccinos,lattes,

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

What you need to make a good and nicest flat white firstly  you may need this blow

Nespresso machine: the espresso machine will need hoping you have if you don’t you can get one to your kitchen this machine will be helpful in the process because without the machine you cant make the make it.

Coffee grinder: coffee grinder will be also useful if your machine did not come with the one you look for it because it is also useful

Whole coffee bean: we recommend you pick freshly roasted coffee and use it within one to two weeks

Milk: on the milk part you can use whatever milk you like. but most people normally use whole and 2% milk froth is good as well.

ingredients and instructions

Pull 2 espresso shots into a 6-ounce cup

Grind coffee and use an espresso machine to extract 2 shots of espresso.use 7-9 g of coffee for proper dosing. How much coffee to use per shot depends on many things – like your specific espresso machine and grinder – so it might take some trial.

Steam milk

Froth 4 ounces of milk with a very little aeration look at the recipe below for all the particulars: follow it carefully!

heat the milk on the stovetop then froth it; A temperature of 150 degrees Fahrenheit is perfect: that’s where the milk is hot to the touch but not simmering. Then froth using your desired method until the milk is frothed into small, even bubbles. Wait for 30 seconds to 1 minute to allow the foam to incorporate a bit into the milk so that the drink is creamy enough.

experiment to find the method that’s right for you: since everyone has different equipment and different desires for their latte. Play with the method until you find what’s right for you!

How Flat White is Different?

It’s a great view that you know how flat white is made and hoping you have gotten the general idea of making the best flat white the deal is how is this drink different from a latte, cappuccino, cortado, or other espresso-based beverages? In this article, will find out 

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FLAT WHITE AND LATTE

There are a lot of milk-based drinks, even in Italy. For a latte, it may mean two drinks: 1. latte macchiato (formed milk and espresso, served in a glass cup) and 2. coffee latte (warm milk and one espresso, usually in a big bowl-like cup).

Flat white doesn’t have any connection to Italy. It’s a drink that originated in New Zealand, and the basic recipe is two shots of espresso with a lightly created milk, similar to the classic cappuccino (which has denser foam).

Of course, there are many recipes around the world, sometimes two baristas have different thoughts about these two drinks.

A latte is made with espresso, steamed milk, and about 1/2″ of foam. A flat white is made with ristretto espresso, which is a shot of espresso made with less water for a more concentrated shot, steamed whole milk that tops with a microfoam, which is a denser form of steamed milk than ordinary foam due to fat content of the milk 

How Flat White is Different From a Cappuccino?

a cappuccino is made of equal portions is espresso, steamed milk, and froth/foam. It should be served so these products are homogenized. It should be 6 ounces This drink originated in Italy. A flat white is traditionally five ounces, 1.5–2 ounces espresso. 1.5–2 ounces steamed milk, 1–2 ounces froth/ foam. This product should also be served in a homogeneous fashion. This drink originated in Austral

Conclusion

Flat whites are very similar to lattes but have a stronger espresso flavor due to the lower amount of milk flat white is an excellent choice if you love the smooth, flowing feel of microform and You don’t have to be a trained barista to know how to apply it. Stop by a specialty coffee shop near you to try it for yourself and ask if they have any extra tips and tricks for you to make it at home!

REF

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flat_white