The name “LATTE” comes from the Italian “caffellatte” (pronounced kaffelˈlatte) that is caffè e latte, literally “coffee and milk”. Latte Art saw its genesis in Italy a few decades ago, but was made popular in the U.S. According to The Barista Institute, cups of coffee decorated with patterns were popularized in the US in the late 1980s and early 1990s and soon began their spread around the world. This poster simply says “Have a Latte” in the original Italian (according to Google Translate, that is). Once you’ve tasted a “proper” latte made by a trained barista, you’re done. There’s no going back.
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