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postedbyYousef

I love lattes. I’ve tried all the places in Kuwait with cafe lattes and au laits and I can say with confidence that nothing beats my own homemade latte. Well, its not entirely homemade, I use a nespresso coffee machine. The one and only place that used to make great cafe au laits in Kuwait was Cafe supreme in Alraya, and thats not there anymore. I’ve tried their other branch in Alkoot.. and for some reason I find their lattes bland.

My favorite nespresso capsule at the moment is the Livanto (the orange one). I loved their limited edition capsule too, the pink one, the one they released during the summer… Now why would they release such a good blend that everyone liked and then make it available for a limited amount of time!?

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, October 9th, 2008 at 7:57 am

10 Responses to “My Everyday Latte”

  1. Ansam says:

    Try Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf – Opposite Seif Palace – Latte!

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  2. bo9ale7 says:

    Well there is another cafe supreme in Tala mall next to alfanar. if you want to try that too 😛

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  3. may says:

    bo9ale7 i was going to say the same thing

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  4. Dodo says:

    bo9ale7 .. i think cafe supreme is in al bustan now Tala center.. :)

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  5. Dodo says:

    now = not
    sorry :p

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  6. eshda3wa says:

    3ashan y3atboonik :p

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  7. bo9ale7 says:

    hmmm yeah dodo you are right in albustan 😛 im not a big fan of cafe supreme nor that area anyway 😛 i just spotted it once bas 3ala alqal yam ba3ath lol 😛 o ele yesal mayethe3 😛

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  8. Bo Salim says:

    Yousif plz explain how you make them, because I have the same machine as yours but I dont get why you make an espresso cup and then you pour it in milk. and also you have to try Roma capsule ! really good for lattes

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  9. B-) says:

    abe..wer can i buy an nspresso machine?

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