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Learn the difference between Lungo and Latte
In Italian the word ‘latte’ means ‘milk’. If you ask for a latte, the waiter will bring you a glass of fresh milk. If you came to drink coffee, you should then ask for a ‘caffe latte’. Caffe Latte is a lungo with some milk added to the main drink. The word ‘lungo’ means ‘long’. The drink is made of espresso made with more water. Finally, ‘ristretto’, meaning ‘restricted’ – that’s an espresso with less water.