Babycino

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A steamer (North America), babycino or babyccino (Commonwealth, excl. NZ) or fluffy (New Zealand) is a drink of frothed milk but no coffee (hence no caffeine), which is available in some coffeehouses. In North America it often has flavored syrup added, while in Commonwealth countries it is primarily marketed to children[1] (as a coffee-free cappuccino, as the name indicates), and sometimes topped with marshmallows, a chocolate flake, or sprinkles.

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  1. ^ Cafes milk profits from young latte set - Sydney Morning Herald, November 6 2005