- n. Plural form of macchiato.
“Lowe also revved up on two double macchiatos while there.”
““So we got two extra-large caramel macchiatos with extra caramel drizzled over the extra whipped cream with an extra shot of espresso,” George said.”
“Are they working too hard, caught in traffic, drinking coffee, albeit nowadays good coffee -- cappuccinos, lattes, espressos, macchiatos ...”
“Analysts say firms like Subway and Greggs, which both offer £3 lunch deals, are weathering the storm because they appeal to hard-pressed consumers who are seeking out affordable treats, like burgers and crème brûlée macchiatos, rather than splashing out on new outfits and video games.”
“And a thorough knowledge of the differences between lattes, frappucinos, chais, and caramel macchiatos.”
“Or was he simply allowing his own self-doubt to fuel paranoid imaginings of them, gathered at the local Starbucks, speculating about the relative strength of his swimmers over macchiatos and carrot cake?”
“In other words, macchiatos, pub lunches and awaydays all round in the capital – but in your Boltons, Bradfords and Burys, times are hard, and getting harder.”
“The title "If I See You Cry," from The Manikins '2008 release Crocodiles, is like 100 triple macchiatos.”
“The configuration of the drive-through makes it easy to hear the car behind me call their order into the speaker phone so I don't risk paying for a dozen caramel macchiatos and a pound of Sumatra.”
“The company says it's raising prices on those harder to make beverages like frappuccinos and macchiatos.”
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