A cappuccino differs from a caffe latte in that it is prepared with much less steamed milk and milk foam, with the total volume making up approximately 6 oz.

A cappucino is traditionally served in a porcelain cup, often with cacao, grated chocolate sprinkled on top, whereas a latte is commonly served in a glass without topping.

This is how to do it:

Prepare the espresso in a pre-heated cappuccino cup. Heal and foam the milk. You get the best result with an espresso machine’s steam spout, but beating the milk while heating it on the stove works too. Just make sure not to exceed 70 C. Carefully pour the milk into the coffee and top with the milk foam.  Sprinkle cacao and grated chocolate on top. Enjoy!

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