In a Dubai café, patrons sip camel-milk lattes, camel-ccinos and shakes made with camel milk.
The newly opened Cafe2Go is one of the first to put camel milk on its menu and it seems to be passing the taste test with intrigued customers.
"I'm surprised because I was thinking it was tasting really different from the normal milk, but ... it's really nice," said customer Nadia Rizk.
"I thought it would be weird when I tried it, but it's just like everything else," said another, Sal Hobbi.
It is the latest sign of a boom in camel-milk products in the United Arab Emirates.
Read the full-story on Inside the Middle East: "Forget cappuccino, Dubai drinkers get a taste for camel-ccino"
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At first i never wanted to take milk but after some time my boss told to try it and after i felt like taking it everyday.
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