One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A drink of hot milk that has been frothed up with pressurized steam, intended for children.‘naturally, all the kids enjoyed their babycinos’
- ‘The food is simple, organic and delicious and most importantly everything is home-made with love - including the babycinos and biscuits.’
- ‘They offer babycinos with a mini chocolate flake for 50p, and baby changing facilities in most stores.’
- ‘Can you tell your flat white from your latte? Your Frappuccino from your babycino?’
- ‘It is just a cup of milky froth but the babycino has become one of the crucial factors in the battle to win the hearts of Sydney's coffee drinkers.’
- ‘Lately we have been going out for walks and coffees and stuff and Finn has been getting babycinos.’
- ‘Just as the 1950s saw the invention of the teenager, now the pre-teen is emerging as a distinct cultural identity. The High Street now offers a type of coffee for this age-range: the babyccino.’
1990s: blend of baby and cappuccino.
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