"Camel-ccino:" A New Take on a Bedouin Staple
Camel milk has been enjoyed by Bedouin citizens for centuries, and an Emirati entrepreneur has taken it upon himself to revive the tradition. He is now offering the milk in the lattes and cappuccinos at his cafe.
Earlier this month, he launched Camellos -- a brand name for his products derived from the Spanish word for camel.
"Camel milk has been around for centuries and I wanted our younger generation to start drinking it again," Jassim Al Bastaki, the cafe owner, said. "From here came the idea of mixing it with modern drinks."