Have you heard of “macchiato”?
An Italian term , “macchiato” means “stained” or “spotted”, which implies some milk stained in an espresso coffee.
Today, drawing some designs on the cafe latte by shaking milk or whipping cream is also called “macchiato”.
The cafe, NISSAN CROSSING in Ginza district, Tokyo, serves macchiato called “MACCHI-ART” with your own photo.
A staff will take a photo for you on site.
You can also choose some Nissan car models’ ones.
It must be fun for car lovers!
There are three flavours such as Cafe Latte, Chocolate and Matcha.
It costs 500 yen for hot one and 600 yen for iced one (as of 2021/05/04).
You could easily find the cafe located on the 2nd floor because the 1st floor has an exhibition hall for Nissan’s rare models.
They say life begins after a cup of coffee.
But wouldn’t it be better to see your face on it?
You may drop by at the cafe when you visit Ginza someday.
Feel free to post your own latte art in the comment section below.