illy Malaysia Brew at Home macchiato caldo recipe

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1 tbsp plus 1 or 2 tsp (20-25 ml) espresso

Approx. 2 tbsp (28 ml) fresh whole milk


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This espresso gives into a delicate indulgence, making it the perfect choice to finish off a pleasant break or start out the day with an extra edge. The velvety foam is a short, exquisite prelude to the intense flavor of the coffee – the right balance between the power of espresso and the delicacy of milk.


  1. Prepare the espresso in a small cup.

  2. Foam the milk in the pitcher, using your espresso machine’s steam wand.

  3. Pour the foam onto the espresso, filling the cup almost to the brim.

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