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How To Make a Latté at Home Without a Machine / Caffè Latté Recipe
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When you want to get the nerve endings and mind stimulated, get a Latté.

When the sun rises, sets or just sits in the distance, it's time for a Latté.

When it's Friday and you need a reason to keep going, for the love of the weekend, Latté.

Lattés are everywhere. No longer being swilled just by the liberals, the espresso and steamed milk combo is a bipartisan winner.

But what to do when you want to make this luxury coffee drink in your kitchen? Now, with Caffè di Artisan liquid coffee pods, you can make exquisite Lattés at home.

No coffee machines. No mess. Just the perfect gourmet Latté fact, the very best Latté in the world.


The icing on the cake: it just takes a few seconds to make.

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Try this out today, thank us forever.

Caffè di Artisan liquid single-serve coffee pods take all the work out of making a Latté, while delivering epic taste.

All Natural. Machine-free. Gut-friendly.

Plus it is the most eco-friendly coffee in the world, with 100% recyclable and widely recycled pods, zero effluents. So consume guilt free.

Zero power consumption by you (or your coffee shop) as a user. Remember, a coffee machine uses half a million watts a year in power. Yes, you read that right.

But first a little background to the drink itself.

Coffee shop menus now give a bewildering list of coffee drinks: many of which appear to be a combination of coffee and milk. So, what exactly is what?

If you have ever wondered about this, here are the answers in simple English

  • A Latté has a liquid coffee shot with hot milk and a little bit of foam
  • A Cappuccino has the same combination as a Latté, but the ratio of foam to milk is much higher. The foam on top of the drink keeps it warm for much longer by acting as an insulating layer.
  • A Flat White has less foam than even a Latté and has essentially milk added to coffee with only a little microfoam.
  • A Cafe au lait: This is where it starts to get complicated. In many parts of continental Europe, it means the same as what a Latté means in the US. In the US, it means a drink that has only warm steamed milk added to coffee and no foam.
  • Cafe Macchiato: Macchiato means stained. Cafe Macchiato means liquid coffee stained with a bit of milk foam. Not to be confused with Latté Macchiato which is milk stained with coffee!
  • There are of course, many other coffee plus milk drinks across the world, including some that use condensed milk.
    The best part of making your own coffee drinks is that you can decide on the combination of milk, foam and coffee that suits you best, without trying to explain that to someone else!

Latté history, in brief

Lattés came into existence when Michelangelo was painting the Sistine Chapel, upside down and fell asleep.

Legend (that we just made up) has it that the Rennaisance Man was no fan of Espressos.

He needed to be cuddled with sweet milk in his espresso to create masterpieces. So, a barista took a ladder, gave the drink to the mastermind and the rest is not in any history book, but we'd like to believe it.

Others say Enzo Ferrari was inspired to make beautiful & fast cars because of Lattés. The combination of the buzz of an espresso combined with the luxurious foamed milk inspired the world's first racecar.

In a post-truth world, anything goes. Almost anything.

Really, the Latté was a home invention. Coffee lovers in Italy would regularly combine espresso with foamed milk. But the menu item of cafes that you see today is a 20th century American innovation.

Origin of the name

As for the origin of the name Latté, it literally means milk in Italian.

So, coffee combined with milk was called Caffé Latté in Italy, which got shortened to Latté in contemporary usage.

BUT, if you are in Italy and ask for a Latté, you will end up with a cup of milk

Secret to a Great Latté

The secret of a great Latté is always the coffee you choose. This is exactly why we have sourced the best coffee. Roasted and ground them to perfection and then artisanally extracted them over days.

This is really slow coffee, not the high temperature-high pressure stuff extracted by machines. You can taste the difference!

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Easy Latté Recipe at Home

1.Choose which exotic Caffè di Artisan variant to choose to make this cup of Latté. This is the only part of the exercise that may take more than a couple of seconds and hence we are giving our recommendations at the end of the recipe.

2. Pour one Caffè di Artisan liquid single-serve coffee shot into a cup of 8 oz (240 ml), froth for 2-3 seconds.
Tip: If you prefer to use a larger cup (12 or 16 Oz), you may like to use two pods.

3. Heat around 5 oz (125-150 ml) milk for a luscious Latté. We recommend whole milk for the ultimate taste, but of course, you can go with low fat milk as well.

Vegan? No problem. The recipe works perfectly fine with Soy or Almond milk as well.

4. Froth the hot milk for about 15 seconds to create medium- rich foam, for a Latté. Leave enough milk in the liquid form according to your taste.

If you froth for too long, you will end up with a delicious Cappuccino!

5. Pour hot, frothed milk into the cup containing the frothed liquid coffee.

6. Top it up with some cocoa, cinnamon or nutmeg powder if you like.


Tip: Even if you usually use sugar/ syrup/sweetener in your Latté, taste before adding any. Caffè di Artisan coffee can be zesty with a long, lingering taste...but never has burnt or bitter notes.

That's it. You have the perfect gourmet Latté in less than a minute. No need to stand in cafe queues or clean coffee machines.

Sheer perfection to enjoy with family and friends.

About as easy as boiling water...or maybe just as hard

If you prefer the recipe in video form, here goes

Decisions... decisions

Now for the only hard part of the Making It process: the choice of the coffee variant to make the Latté.

You can choose one based on careful thought or on a whim... They are all worth trying.

1. The Ethiopian Asmara from the cradle of coffee, if you enjoy a densely sweet berry flavor.
Intensity: Medium  |  Roast: Medium

2. The Indian Vilasita for a buttery smooth, spicy, nutty Latté with tasting notes of nutmeg, pistachio and cocoa.
Intensity: Medium-strong Roast: Medium Dark

3. The Colombian Raro with a classic profile with strong caramelly sweetness.
Intensity: Mild Roast: Medium

4. The Nilgiris Organique: Every bit deserving of its 200 plus years heritage. Organic coffee with intensity of a different scale. Flavors will burst upon your palate. Spicy woody overtones. Chocolaty undertones.

Warning: The Nilgiris Organique can be addictive.
Intensity: Strong Roast: Medium Dark

5. The Malabar: the fabled iconic monsooned Malabar. Unique notes of the sea.
Intensity: Strong Roast: Medium Dark

Not to forget, if you are a decaf drinker, try making a Latté with our Decaf. You will never be able to guess that it's deCaffèinated!

Why machine- made coffee isn't The Real Deal

Machine- made coffees simply don't cut it. Their whole process (or tech, as millennials might put it) is all seriously messed up.

Coffee machines force very hot water at high pressure through delicate coffee grounds, which is the reason for the burnt and bitter taste.

This is no way to treat something so vulnerable.

How can such violence, this savagery, yield great coffee?

Truly great coffee, extracted slowly and lovingly, does not taste bitter.

In the Caffè di Artisan micro-filtery flavors are teased out from coffee beans over days...not forced out.

Why we invented Caffè di Artisan liquid coffee pods
Why Drink Yesterday's Coffee?

You treasure quality. Embrace new approaches. Value the artisanal. Care for your health, the environment.

Then why drink an outdated, unhealthy, polluting industrial product?

Caffè di Artisan was born out of rebellion. A rebellion against machine-made coffee.

Can you crush grapes in a machine and get wine?

Caffè di Artisan has re-imagined coffee. Brought back its romance.

Want to know The Secret to The Best Coffee in The World?

(But first, a bit of coffee history: Coffee was never meant to be made by machines. It started out as a slow process. But an ugly compromise, a dirty shortcut, was invented in order to mass-produce coffee: the coffee machine. The Espresso machine was patented in 1884 - It was the start of the industrialization of coffee.)

The world's finest beans. Fresh, Gradient Roasted, Fresh Ground. Then, slow, artisanal extraction, over days in our artisanal micro-filtery.

Finally packaged into Liquid Single Serve 100% Recyclable Pods/Capsules.

Simply Gorgeous Coffee. Without Machines.

Coffee that's Rich. Smooth. Zesty. Described by Connoisseurs as being The Best Coffee In The World.

Tons of work for us. Magically effortless for you.

Enjoy Espressos, Americanos, Lattés, Cappuccinos, Frappès at home, at work, in hotel rooms, on drives, hikes, picnics! This is True Liberation.

We promise you this:

Once you experience Caffè di Artisan, you won't go back to your old coffee. Ever.

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