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Coffee & Tea

Honey Bee Latte Recipe - Cliff & Pebble

cliffandpebble | Oct 18, 201609:58 PM    

The leaves are falling, the weather is changing and there always seems to be a certain desire to grab a tasty, warm cup of coffee or tea and snuggle by the fire in your favorite sweater. This time of year is filled with warm clothes, football, hayrides and of course, warm drinks. For me, the vanilla latte has and always will be my drink of choice but this time of year, I like to change things up a bit to revel in the season.


Up first, the Honey Bee Latte!

Ingredients

1 tbs. honey

Espresso (double or single shot, depending on your preference)

Steamed, Foamed Milk

Nutmeg

Creation


Start by placing the honey at the bottom of your favorite seasonal mug or glass.

Pull your shots of espresso and pour over the honey. Stir

Steam your milk making sure there is a sufficient amount of foam

Pour your milk into the mug

Top with nutmeg

Drink and enjoy!

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