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Ok, what ^is^ a flat white?

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NotQuiteCockney Sun 08-Jul-07 18:59:01

The description talked about 'textured milk'. Is that milk that's gone off?

Califrau Sun 08-Jul-07 19:02:20

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littlelapin Sun 08-Jul-07 19:11:10

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oranges Sun 08-Jul-07 19:12:48

its just a white coffee. i.e. not a latte or cappucini.

oranges Sun 08-Jul-07 19:13:00

cappucino, even

NotQuiteCockney Sun 08-Jul-07 19:15:30

How is the milk textured?

oranges Sun 08-Jul-07 19:17:54

i think its that milk you get when you whisk it a long time. not quite frothy but thick.

Califrau Sun 08-Jul-07 19:19:17

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arfishy Mon 09-Jul-07 04:14:25

It's the opposite to a long black. So flat white is without the froth and with milk added - milky coffee and a long black is an espresso made loooonnnnger by adding more water and no milk.

ZacharyQuack Mon 09-Jul-07 06:56:54

In NZ, it's similar to a latte but without the froth and in a smaller cup so less milk therefore stronger coffee. Yum.

NotQuiteCockney Mon 09-Jul-07 06:57:43

Ah, actual antipodeans! So the milk isn't 'textured', or at least not normally. It's a strong white coffee.

skirmish Mon 09-Jul-07 07:16:02

technically, one third coffee (expresso shot), one third hot water, one third milk - hot or cold...

or, an americano with milk here!

ZacharyQuack Tue 10-Jul-07 04:12:57

Here it's just espresso and milk, no added hot water (or at least they don't add it in an obvious manner), and the milk tends to come out of the same jugfull that is used for lattes etc, but they use a spoon to keep the frothy stuff in the jug. Maybe I just go to lazy cafes....

MrsJohnClaireCusack Tue 10-Jul-07 05:04:17

ah
that'll be why DH said the milk was still a bit frothy then

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