Flat white: Google Doodle celebrates the coffee beverage

Time Of Info By TOI Desk Report   March 11, 2024   Update on : March 11, 2024

Flat white, Google Doodle
Image: Courtesy/Google

Google Doodle on Monday (March 11) celebrated the flat white, a popular espresso-based beverage that is believed to have first originated in Australia and New Zealand.

When ‘flat white’ was officially included in the Oxford English Dictionary in 2011, March 11 signifies the date.

The flat white coffee, which is popular for its velvety texture and rich flavour, is made by pouring steamed milk over a shot of espresso creating a smooth and creamy drink with a strong coffee flavour.

This doodle are visible across various countries of the world in terms of visibility.

The doodle replaced the search engine giant’s logo on its home page by entitling ‘Celebrating the Flat White.

Customers who visit their local coffee shops may be familiar with the topic of the animated Google Doodle.

What do we know about Flat white?

According to Google, the true origin of the drink is unknown and there is a debate about the origins of flat white coffee. Both Australia and New Zealand claim that the drink was first served in the two countries in the 1980s. The drink began showing up on menus in Sydney and Auckland around the same time.

How can we make Flat white?

According to Google’s description of the doodle, the flat white is a coffee drink made up of an espresso shot topped with steamed milk and a thin layer of microfoam. The beverage is generally served in a ceramic cup.

Flat whites are popular among coffee enthusiasts who want less foam in their beverage as the beverage is “flatter” than a cappuccino or latte.

What do we know about Google Doodle?

Google Doodles are the Google home page’s designs that celebrate a “range of local and international topics” –holidays, anniversaries, and individuals.

There are many types of Google Doodles, including static illustrations, animations, slideshows, videos, and interactive games.


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