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Nicholas Hall had an amazing-sounding cajeta latte at Antidote recently, and that got reader TQro remembering childhood:

Nicholas, you did it again! Agreed on the cortado at Catalina, perfection. I typically stay away from flavored lattes and such as they are too sweet for me, but you've described it as subtly sweet so I may just try this one out. We ate cajeta (original, goat's milk) by the spoonful as kids and from time to time we'd spread it on pancakes, bread, etc. I blame that on my dad.

So, we guess that for TQro, cajeta is comfort food. Right?

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