Are you all familiar with the Flat White? My friend just returned from Australia and informs me it is pretty good. Basically less froth than an American latte. My friend also says that if you order an iced coffee there it comes with ice cream and whip cream! Here’s how the Wikipedia describes a Flat White: A Flat White is a coffee beverage served in Australia and New Zealand, prepared with espresso and milk. The drink is generally made with 1/3 espresso and 2/3 steamed milk, very similar to the ingredients in a latte. The milk is prepared differently, with the volumised milk at the top folded into the lower layers . The resulting drink has only a very thin layer of froth at the top. Australian lattes and flat whites are usually served in 215-240ml cups, making them stronger than some lattes served in some other countries. The Flat White was discussed on CoffeeGeek.