How to make the perfect latte

How to make the perfect latte with these easy steps

There is nothing better than a delicious, frothy latte from a lovely coffee shop as a lovely treat and a quick pick me up during the day. But sometimes it’s not always easy to pop out to the local cafe to get yourself a drink or spend your hard earned cash on one.

Did you know that it is really simple and easy to make a powerful latte from the comforts of your own home, with minimal equipment and effort? Whilst it may seem complicated to try and recreate the perfect latte without a coffee machine, we are here to tell you it isn’t! We can help you create an absolutely delicious latte that tastes exactly like those from your favourite coffee spot.

It is not essential for you to go out and purchase new equipment such as a coffee machine or a milk frother in order to follow this tutorial. Discover how to make a delicious latte at home using just regular equipment here, you won’t be disappointed!

What you will need to follow this tutorial

As we said above, it is not essential for you to use special equipment in order to follow this tutorial, there are simple ways of using equipment you already have at home and in the kitchen to get the same effect. You will need the following equipment and ingredients in order to create the perfect latte:





  • Espresso / strong coffee
  • Milk
  • Cocoa powder (optional)
  • Spices (optional)

Whilst it is not essential to use a milk frother, if you have one to hand it can make things a lot quicker and easier for you. If you are considering buying a milk frother or are in the market to upgrade the one you already have, take a look at our handy post to help you choose the right one.

Having said this, it does not take long to create the same effect just using a jar with a sealable lid and a microwave, if you don’t want to invest in one right away.

Video guide

Coffee makers Paddy & Scott show you a step-by-step tutorial on how to create the perfect latte at home using only equipment and ingredients that are found as standard in any kitchen.

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