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How to Make an Archu-latte

11 March 2009



An Archulatte is a wonderful hot and refreshing beverage. Like its namesake, it is characterized by a light body, rich aroma, and sweet nature. No bitter favor notes will reduce your enjoyment down to the last drop.

Step 1: Pour half a cup of hot Deseret Dairy milk into a porcelain mug.

Step 2: Add steamed cocoa which you preferably got from the Ulúa valley of Honduras, the Cradle of Chocolate.

Step 3. Top off with two round chocolate bits that look like David’s eyes and make a huge smile with whipped cream.

NOTE: If you want a kick, add a dash of chili powder to the cocoa mix.

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  • Katheryn | 1 | 16th March 2009 at 9:16 pm |

    Okay, since I come from the Land of Coffee, aka Seattle, I have to correct you on this one! Lattes are made with espresso coffee and steamed milk, and ususally topped with a frothy milk. For variety you can add flavored syrups, spices, etc. The drink you have described is technically a mocha. Mochas happen to be my favorite espresso drink, especially when made with soy milk. The soy lends a nice creamy texture. David could order a decaffeinated soy mocha and therefore avoid both the caffeine and the mucus-inducing dairy product!

  • minja | 2 | 17th March 2009 at 7:14 am |

    hey, well, strictly speaking ‘latte’ means ‘milk’ in Italian and the word for the coffee drink is Caffelatte in Italian, café con leche in Spanish. The soy milk is a good idea for David’s vocal apparatus.

    We might start a ‘coffee war’ if I claim that the origin of the espresso-based caffe latte in America comes from Caffe Mediterraneum in Berkeley, California—created by then owner Lino Meiorin in 1959. As the sign inside states: “Caffe Latte Invented Here – While Seattle may have made this drink famous, it was invented here at the Caffe Mediterraneum in the late 1950s”.

  • Katheryn | 3 | 17th March 2009 at 6:13 pm |

    Oh dear! I certainly don’t want to start a war over coffee! LOL!