Definition of Microfoam. Meaning of Microfoam. Synonyms of Microfoam

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Meaning of Microfoam from wikipedia

- Microfoam is finely textured milk used for making espresso-based coffee drinks, particularly those with latte art. It is typically made with the steam...
- A flat white is a coffee drink consisting of espresso with microfoam (steamed milk with small, fine bubbles and a glossy or velvety consistency). It is...
- Latte art is a method of preparing coffee created by pouring microfoam into a shot of espresso and resulting in a pattern or design on the surface of...
- originated in Italy, and is traditionally prepared with steamed milk foam (microfoam). Variations of the drink involve the use of cream instead of milk, and...
- duplex ultrasound. Sclerotherapy under ultrasound guidance and using microfoam sclerosants has been shown[by whom?] to be effective in controlling reflux...
- "dry" foam, with a layer of liquid milk underneath, rather than the "wet" microfoam used in latte art. Alternatively, it may be prepared as a layered drink...
- notably with milk – either steamed (without significant foam), wet foamed ("microfoam"), or dry foamed, and with hot water. Notable milk-based espresso drinks...
- equivalent ratio of espresso to milk, but uses steamed and textured (e.g. microfoam) milk, resulting in a hotter and lighter drink, more closely related to...
- have a stronger coffee flavour. The latte macchiato is milk steamed to microfoam, served in a gl**** with a half shot of espresso poured gently through...
- However, latte art does not use scalded milk, as scalding destroys the microfoam texture; milk for latte art is heated to below the scalding point. Baked...
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