I worked in Starbucks for 10 years – here’s how to make your favourite latte at home

A FORMER Starbucks worker is sharing the tricks of the trade – starting off with how to make your favourite latte at home.

Christine Kominek who worked at Starbucks for 10 years said that there are actually only two things you need.

Taking to her TikTok account, Christine says that it is important to have the right kind of coffee, as the instant stuff will not do.

Posting under the domain @meanychristiney she captioned the post "How to make your favourite flavoured latte from home!"

"All you need is two things honestly. First up, coffee concentrate. If you have a Nespresso machine, that'll work too, most people don't. I highly suggest this. Regular coffee, is not gonna give you the same taste" said Christine.

Adding: "Next up, get a coffee creamer. Get whatever flavour you like, pumpkin spice, caramel macchiato, peppermint mocha."

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To make the latte, Christine said you can cater the measurements to however sweet you like your drink.

"Ok, you take your two things, and put two teaspoons of this," says Christine as she puts the coffee concentrate into a glass with ice.

Explaining how to measure the creamer she says: "how every many tablespoons you want of this like it's up to your taste, I try not to have too much sugar in the morning so I do about four tablespoons of the creamer."

After these two steps, Christine said you simply just add water to the cup.

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"That's it, and I swear, this is gonna be, the best homemade latte you have ever had," said Christine.

Adding: "And it cost me about a dollar a day."

Christine finished her post stating that the two ingredients work for both hot and iced coffees.

The post has been viewed over 13.9k times and TikTok users have been quick to comment.

"And you’re also kind of hydrating??? I love this, totally doing it!" commented one person.

Another added: "No wonder! It never came out right when I try to make it at home… I’m trying this"

"Arrives on Friday from Amazon. Thanks Christine” commented a third.

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Meanwhile…I made $13k a month in my waitress job but my man’s mum hated it – I quit to make her happy, then he dumped me anyway.

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