Turmeric latte: a golden twist to coffee

Coffee chain giant Starbucks spices up menu with new recipe

Mars El Brogy,Costel Sandu
Sunday 20 August 2017 12:25
Starbuck's First Turmeric Late

As the nights draw in as autumn approaches, Starbucks is launching a brand new warming Latte with Turmeric.

The latest drink craze is made by steaming milk with aromatic turmeric powder and spices and poured over espresso.

It's worth noting that the golden coloured milk makes amazing Instagrammable latte art and is one of the latest global trends.

Latte with Turmeric also known as 'golden milk'

Google's Food Trends report recently named turmeric - which is believed to be packed with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory healing properties - as a 'breakout ingredient'.

And with Starbucks jumping on the trend, golden milk or turmeric latte will definitely be hitting the high streets across the country.

The new Latte with Turmeric will be available across the UK from 28 August.

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