How We Fell In Love With a Raw Milk Latte
Let’s start off by saying that we have never been big espresso drinkers. Growing up on a farm, it is much more commonplace to make a quick cup of coffee and run out the door to feed our cows or walk the rounds. Over the past three (3) months, we started noticing customers tagging us on our Instagram page when they were making “Raw Milk Lattes”. Over time, we just got so curious to learn what a raw milk latte would taste like? One day, one of our favorite bloggers did an Instagram story on a step-by-step on how to make the perfect raw milk latte using our Organic, Whole Raw Milk and Heavy Raw Cream. This step-by-step explanation gave us all of the confidence to finally try it for ourselves. The ONLY issue was… we didn’t have an espresso machine. After a quick google search, we found a Bialetti espresso pot that would do the job. After purchasing our first espresso pot, we were ready to go to make our first latte at home!
Our first Raw Milk Latte Experience
After watching the below “how to make espresso” video below, we felt pretty confident that we could make a fresh shot of espresso. We then took note from our blogger and added cold, fresh Heavy Raw Cream, Whole Raw Milk, and a little powdered cinnamon to the top of our cup to make the signiture “Raw Milk Latte” (see below for a full recipe).
How to Make Fresh Espresso:
Ok, can we fully explain our obsession with the Raw Milk Latte? Probably not. Actually, not at all. It is EVERYTHING we needed in our life. It is rich, creamy, packed full of nutrients and healthy fats, and gives you the morning joy in your cup that you are looking for. Since our first experience, we have been making them each and every day. We are not the only ones… our customers are equally obsessed and in love with making their own Raw Milk Latte. Try it for yourself and comment below with how you loved it!
DIY Raw Milk Latte Recipe:
Fresh ground espresso (medium ground)
Water (to fill your espresso pot to the line)
1-4 Tablespoons Heavy Raw Cream (depends on your preference)
1/4-1/2 cup Whole or Skim Raw Milk (depends on your preference)
Cinnamon powder (optional for added flavor)
EASY How to Steps
Brew your fresh espresso (see video above for a step-by-step guide)
Pour the fresh, hot espresso into your preferred cup
Add on top fresh cinnamon powder as an optional ingredient (nutmeg is also fun to add in for a Fall and Winter spice)
When you make this recipe, tag us on social media or comment below to let us know what you think!