What does white coffee in the UK mean?

What does white coffee in the UK mean?

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  1. in the UK, you are usually sold Latte – coffee made with hot milk and a shot of espresso in it .
    “White coffee” * usually * means they made the coffee with either filter or instant coffee and tooped it up with a dash of cold milk – if it’s instant9 usually served at home or the office , hence its also called an ‘ office coffee’ in some places.

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  2. Coffee with milk.
    Coffee without milk is black. (Same for black tea – it’s tea without milk, but you don’t often hear white tea, because most people have milk).
    Unlike in the US or Europe, coffee will often by served white (i.e. with milk) by default. If you don’t want milk, make it very clear when you order.

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  3. It means coffee with milk added. Usually a cup of standard filter or instant coffee with a small amount of cold milk. Other variations are instant coffee made with hot milk or half and half instant/filter coffee and hot milk. Take ya pick.

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