Talk:Flat white

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Silly claim[edit]

"It is somewhat similar to the cappuccino or the latte although smaller in volume, therefore having a higher proportion of coffee to milk . . ."

No. This is a ridiculous statement. The volume of a mixture and the proportion of an ingredient are independent quantities. Each one has nothing to do with determining the other. Will someone who knows about the "flat white" (but has no bias) please correct this erroneous statement.Daqu (talk) 13:24, 31 January 2015 (UTC)