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Google Doodle celebrates flat white coffee beverage with animated illustration

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Google has created a cute and interactive doodle to commemorate the global appeal of flat white coffee today. It is believed that the espresso shot is topped with steamed milk, a coffee beverage that originated in Australia or New Zealand. In observance of the day the word was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011, Google has designated March 11 as Flat White Day. The flat white, a popular coffee beverage made with steamed milk and a shot of espresso, is the subject of today’s animated Doodle. Many people believe that the drink was initially offered in Australia and New Zealand in the 1980s when it appeared on menus in Sydney and Auckland at about the same time, according to Google’s explanation on its website.

Traditionally served in a ceramic cup, a flat white consists of an espresso shot topped with heated milk and a thin layer of microform. Instead of frothing, the milk is heated, leaving a smooth, velvety crema behind. The Flat White is a creamy drink with an espresso base. Similar to a Latte, but with less milk and a double shot of espresso. Coffee lovers who like less foam like flat whites since they’re ”flatter” than a cappuccino or latte. Coffee shops all throughout Australia and New Zealand frequently feature baristas displaying their artistic abilities and producing works of art with the pour.

The method that the flat white is made has evolved along with coffee culture over the years. Originated with whole milk in the past. Australians and New Zealanders frequently order it with plant-based milk these days—oat milk is becoming more and more popular. Google added, “Since then, the flat white has delighted people all over the world and grown to become a staple in many countries.”

How To Make Flat White Recipe:

Prepare your shot of espresso. You should weigh your coffee, please. Consider brewing coffee with an AeroPress or Moka Pot instead of a home espresso maker. You may create microfoam bubbles by steaming your milk until it becomes smooth.

fresh milk While skimmed or semi-skimmed fat will work, full fat is preferred for creating foam. It’s difficult to stretch milk to the right consistency, so keep practicing. Eliminate any bubbles that have formed in the milk. To do this, tap your milk jug gently against your countertop. Using a spoon, carefully transfer the hot milk onto the espresso. Being cautious not to spill the milk froth that remains in the pitcher. In this manner, your Flat White will be ready and the espresso crema will have its integrity.

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