caffelatte
caf·fe lat·te (kăfʹā läʹtā, käf-fĕʹ lätʹtĕ) n.
A strong espresso coffee topped with steamed frothed milk.
  [Italian caffé (e) latte, coffee (with) milk, from Latin lac. See melg-.

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