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Cookie Latte 1of2

The basis for this drink is a mocha, which of course is a latte with chocolate sauce added to a combination of espresso, steamed milk, and foam. In a regular mocha, you’d use about ¾ to 1 ounce of syrup per espresso shot. The Cookie Latte is different because it uses about ⅓ of the amount of chocolate you’d normally use.




* ½ ounce chocolate syrup

* ¼ ounce vanilla syrup

* ¼ ounce hazelnut syrup

* 2 ounces espresso

* 9 ounces steamed milk and foam




1. The key to this drink is mixing your syrups together first, in the bottom of your empty, pre-heated cup.

2. Next comes the espresso. Stir these together and add the steamed milk and foam.


Serve in your favorite mug.

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Taken on January 11, 2010