To make a flat white at home, you’ll need a nice ground coffee, a milk of your choice, and a cafetière. If you’re going for plant milk, you may like to try oat milk because its mild flavour allows the coffee to shine through. Put about six teaspoons of ground coffee into your cafetière.
How to make flat white coffee without a coffee machine?
How much milk do you use to make a flat white?
Steaming and Pouring the Milk Pour about 1⁄ 2 cup (120 ml) of milk into a steaming pitcher. For the creamiest flat white with the best microfoam, use whole milk. Purge the steam wand for about 2 seconds. To purge the steam wand of any moisture trapped at the end, quickly turn it on so steam sprays out.
How much espresso do I need to make a flat white?
You can make or break a drink as you pull your espresso shots, so be sure to practice pulling excellent shots. A flat white takes a double shot of espresso, which should be standard for most espresso machines.