WATCH: Does this new spray can latte actually work?

For weeks, I’ve been seeing this commercial for International Delight’s One Touch Latte, which I have been calling — with great curiosity — “spray latte.”

International Delight’s new spray creamer helps customers make lattes at home. Contributed by International Delight

It’s not actually a spray latte; it’s the International Delight creamer in a can packed with so much pressure that it shoots out at a speed high enough to whip a foam on top of your coffee. A neat idea to make a latte-like beverage at home, but does it work and how does it taste?

I tried one of these newfangled coffee sprays in today’s Facebook livestream, and since I was talking about coffee, tasted a sweet cream cold brew from Stumptown and a draft latte in a can from La Colombe.

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I also mentioned this chilaquiles story by Claudia Alarcón and this pumpkin spice challah recipe, just in time for Rosh Hashanah.

Don’t forget to share your home cooking pics by adding #Austin360Cooks to your posts on social media! (#Austin360Eats is for restaurants, food trucks and the like.) We are gearing up for prime fall cooking, so I’m looking forward to seeing what you’re making this season.

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Author: Addie Broyles

Food writer for the Austin American-Statesman and

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