In Italy, the latte macchiato (or caffè latte, or caffè e latte) is the local version of a coffee with milk (or white coffee; not to be confused with higher-caffeine coffee which is also called white coffee). Latte, often for breakfast, can be served in a large glass or in a bowl. It consists of a single or double shot of espresso mixed with hot milk. The milk will be frothed using the Panarello (wand) to create a top of milk foam. For aesthetic reasons, the espresso is often poured into the milk using great caution to create different layers of milk, coffee and milk foam. Prior to drinking, however, these layers are being stirred together.