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Espresso Macchiato vs. Latte Macchiato
An Espresso Macchiato is mostly espresso, marked with a small amount of steamed milk and foam, creating a rich, bold taste. A Latte Macchiato is mostly steamed milk, marked with espresso, producing a creamier drink.
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An affogato is a traditional Italian espresso-based treat that you’ll find on the menu at many Italian restaurants, as well as at many cafes serving espresso and other coffee drinks. The full name is really “affogato al cafe” or “drowned in coffee,” in Italian. The name really suits the dessert, as it consists of a scoop of ice cream/gelato with a shot of hot espresso poured over the top.