Honey Halva Cardamom Latte
*This post is in partnership with Hibernate Honey
When hubby and I traveled to Boston a few summers ago, we stumbled upon the greatest bakery in the world - Tatte Bakery & Cafe. The Middle Eastern-inspired menu had our hearts. So you can imagine our thrill when Tatte came to Washington D.C. We were ecstatic!
A must-have menu item is the House Latte. It is the coziest, most savory latte I've ever had with a hint of sweetness. Oh my goodness... I could have one every single day.
And now I can. Tatte's house latte is a Honey Halva Cardamom creation and after a few tries, and months of debating whether or not it is easy enough to whip up at home, I made it. And it worked.
What You'll Need:
A moka pot or way to make espresso
Espresso blend coffee
How to Make a Honey Halva Cardamom Latte
4 oz espresso
1 tsp ground cardamom
1 cup milk
2 Tbsp halva
1/3 Tbsp Hibernate Honey syrup
In a blender, combine milk and halva and pulse until creamy.
Combine ground espresso and cardamom, and brew using a Mokapot or espresso maker
Pour espresso into a mug and stir in Hibernate Honey syrup
Froth and steam halva milk and pour over espresso
It is simple, creamy, and absolutely delicious. Once you have the method down, making a latte at home is one of the best ways to warm up from the inside out! While it isn't exactly like the liquid gold you can find at Tatte Bakery & Cafe, it is really darn close (and much closer than an hour drive away!).