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I’ll 'Avo-Latte' Please! Melbourne Cafe Kicks Off Latest Coffee Craze

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Have you ever heard of the avolatte? It's a brand new coffee drink invented in Australia that basically features a latte poured inside of half of a cleaned out avocado shell - hence the name avolatte. The Truman cafe in Melbourne sparked a viral sensation after baristas served up avolattes to each other as a joke and posted the videos on Instagram. Oddly enough, people became interested and started coming to the cafe and asking to try the avolatte.

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