Yes, the Barista!!
A babycino should not be served hot.
They always put cold milk in ours!
4. An essential safety point: although some adult cafe customers stress that they require their coffee to be as hot as possible, steaming hot milk should never be placed in front of a young child. While most babycinos are little more than foam or froth, sometimes hot milk is added too. Some baristas will use a dash of cool milk at the bottom, froth the milk only to body temperature, or make it the first one of the order and let it sit to cool before sending it out to minimise any potential danger. From a mum's perspective, it's always worth double checking the temperature before your little one sips. I didn't always think to do it, and once the milk was just off boiling point with only a very thin layer of foam. My daughter scalded her tongue and lips before upsetting the drink all over her lap.
5. Lastly, a babycino should not contain actual coffee. Yes, it needs to be said. In rare cases, b