Definition of latte
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Which begged the question — what about sugary lattes, which are made with syrups but are mostly milk?
Espresso drinks include macchiatos, cappuccinos and lattes.
Last month, a 16-year-old boy tragically lost his life after consuming an energy drink, a soda and a latte — drinks routinely consumed by and often intensively marketed to youths — all within a few hours.
Did the barista remember you like an extra shot of espresso in your latte?
Shake it up Iced lattes evolve quickly from summer indulgence to an expensive habit.
New springs, freshets of water popping out of the mountain and onto the road, created small gullies almost daily, and mud tainted the blue ocean the color of a café latte in broad eddies circling up the coast.
Not really people at all, more just the shapes of tourists and residents and casino workers, as in the biotects' development models of Cypress 1: scale-model people sipping scale-model lattes on scale-model coffee shop terraces.
Oh, sorry, Deborah: does the liberation of an entire continent from a genocidal empire not quite count as an unequivocably good cause in the latte bar on the Lower East Side?
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