josephs141 Senior Member Joined: 7 Apr 2006 Posts: 9 Location: Arizona Expertise: Pro Barista
Espresso: Nemox Caffe Fenice Grinder: Solis Maestro
Posted Sat Sep 8, 2012, 9:06am Subject: Appropriate dosage for Espresso based drinks
Hello Professional Baristas. Right now I am drinking a smooth light blended Iced Latte. It was necessary to buy a light roast, I prefer dark roasts.
In the past couple of weeks curiosity has been tackling me. What is the proper dosage for an iced latte if there is 3 oz ( double shot) and what is the proper amount of milk for a single shot? How many ounces of milk should be added to 1.5 and 3 oz of espresso?
We all know, at least professional self taught Baristas how much milk, froth and espresso is in a cappuccino. 1/3, 1/3 and 1/3.
How do we dose and apply the appropriate portion of milk to Espresso based drinks.
Thank you for your professional facts.
Please post where you learned this information and hyperlinks (webpages) which describe the details
Symbols: = New Posts since your last visit = No New Posts since last visit = Newest post
Forum Rules: No profanity, illegal acts or personal attacks will be tolerated in these discussion boards. No commercial posting of any nature will be tolerated; only private sales by private individuals, in the "Buy and Sell" forum. No cross posting allowed - do not post your topic to more than one forum, nor repost a topic to the same forum. Who Can Read The Forum? Anyone can read posts in these discussion boards. Who Can Post New Topics? Any registered CoffeeGeek member can post new topics. Who Can Post Replies? Any registered CoffeeGeek member can post replies. Can Photos be posted? Anyone can post photos in their new topics or replies. Who can change or delete posts? Any CoffeeGeek member can edit their own posts. Only moderators can delete posts. Probationary Period: If you are a new signup for CoffeeGeek, you cannot promote, endorse, criticise or otherwise post an unsolicited endorsement for any company, product or service in your first five postings.