Much has changed since Starbucks opened its doors in the early ’70s, and was able to offer Seattle customers coffee for the first time. Before Starbucks came along, it was just a matter of whether you wanted milk or sugar for your coffee. Fortunately, this is no longer the case, because Starbucks popularized the Gourmet coffee concept, so Caffé Latte and Frappuccinos became part of our everyday lives.
With Caffé Latte, you get perhaps the greatest Starbucks classic of them all. This timeless Starbucks favorite is created on an espresso base brewed on Arabica coffee beans, greeted with creamy and fluffy milk.
Today, Starbucks and Latte have almost become a synonym for each other, and every day thousands of them linger over the counter in Starbucks coffee shops around the world.
Here you can brew it easily and quickly in your Dolce Guso®, so you can bring the Starbucks atmosphere home to your own living room.
How To Use
You brew it easily with only 2 pod in your Dolce Gusto®, where it is ready to serve after about 30 seconds.