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A type of coffee made with espresso and hot steamed milk, but without the froth characteristic of a cappuccino.‘I stumbled into one of those trendy bookshops with cafes and ordered a large flat white’
- ‘We go along to buy a cappuccino, latte, flat white, or whatever, and we find there is a surcharge.’
- ‘More than a million flat whites have been sold since their launch three months ago.’
- ‘Over an excellent breakfast and a couple of flat whites (creamier versions of a latte), the drizzle turned into a downpour.’
- ‘The simple flat white I had was smooth and aromatic.’
- ‘I purchased a soy flat white and slice of banana bread for breakfast and sat at a nice cafe while I made a few calls.’
- ‘The coffees were excellent too - my flat white was actually flat and there was not even a hint of burnt flavour in the roast.’
- ‘Sydney was hot, humid, and it seemed impossible to find a decent flat white.’
- ‘His first contact with Daryl Somers was in 1996, when Daryl asked Rove to get him a coffee - flat white, two sugars.’
- ‘Enterprising Antipodeans are going into business to service this army of beverage snobs who scour the capital looking for a piccolo or a flat white.’
- ‘That meant making 12 coffees in 12 minutes - four lattes, four flat whites and four cappuccinos.’
- ‘Webber said coffee would remain the same - a flat white costs $3.50 - but there would be changes to food and alcohol.’
- ‘His fuss over something possibly quite trivial ruined her skim-milk flat white.’
- ‘We drank flat white coffees, and Ray noticed me looking at the blurry blue tattoo on his forearm.’
- ‘Their lunch service is widely used by local businesses and you can't beat the coffee - cappuccino, flat white, espresso it's all sure to make your day.’
- ‘The chain has been buoyed by the introduction in January of the "flat white", a less milky version of the latte.’
- ‘They've never heard of flat white coffee here, and have a hard time understanding those words when spoken with an Australian accent.’
- ‘Ash personally prefers a flat white, which along with lattes are the most popular among his customers.’
- ‘For those wondering about the title a good friend advised me that, in desperation, a Starbucks double-shot latte was a reasonably close approximation to a flat white.’
- ‘If you can face the prospect of no more film festivals and flat whites, find your own place in the country.’
- ‘I'm feeling pretty good by now so a little further up the road stop off to have lunch - two sandwiches & a flat white coffee - & read the review again.’
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