Truman Cafe's 'Avolatte' is Served in a Real Avocado Half

 - May 22, 2017
References: news.au & designtaxi
Due to customer demand, the Truman Cafe in Melbourne, Australia, recently started serving a unique menu item it is calling the 'Avolatte.'

While the cafe initially created the avocado latte as a joke that was shared online, consumers quickly began to ask to have their drinks served in avocado halves, the skin of the fruit that is usually discarded.

Share-worthy lattes are currently taking the world of coffee by storm. At the moment, consumers are seeking out everything from rainbow-colored beverages inspired by mythical unicorn creatures to all-black lattes that get their dark coloring from activated charcoal. Rather than emphasizing taste, these drinks have focal points that are all about aesthetics that appeal to young, hyper-connected generations that love to share the unique finds they come across in the world.