Not all coffees that are processed and roasted taste great in milk so it's important to look out for labels that mention whether coffee is “Great in Milk” before you grab one off the shelf. The reason for this is that there is a lot of great-tasting and complex acids in coffee, and some of these become washed out or neutralised when you add milk. . Milk coffees are generally blends, although there are now many Single-origin coffees (Coffees from a single country) that also taste well with milk. Look for medium or high acidity coffees as these tend to cut through the milk and carry the flavours. Deep and full-bodied coffees also create delicious chocolate flavours when adding milk.
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