There is a new trend for coffee shops that allows children to have a cup of coffee like their parents.
It is called "babyccinos," a mini decaffeinated cappuccino for kids. Cappuccino is a traditional Italian coffee drink typically made with espresso and hot milk/foam. The kid version of the drink has now hit coffee shops in the United States.
It can be made as either a flavored steamed milk, or a tiny real cappuccino, made with a shot of decaf espresso and topped with hot milk and frothy foam. As you might imagine, the "babyccinos" drink is causing quite a discussion.
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