Place water, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, ground pepper, and sweetener into the blender.
Press RICE 2 setting. Once the blender panel reads DONE, carefully open the lid and add the almond or other milk. Close the lid.
Press BLEND LOW. Allow the blender to incorporate the almond milk for 10 seconds. Press CANCEL to turn off the blender.
Using a wire strainer, strain the latté into 4 mugs and serve hot, or strain and refrigerate to cool, shake well, and serve over ice.
Tips and Tricks
Do not attempt to make this latté with the almond milk poured in at the beginning, as you may have the latté bubble up and overflow, creating a huge mess in your kitchen. Can you guess how I know this?
Turmeric is an acquired taste. It can taste very bitter to a lot of people. If you've never had a turmeric latte before, I suggest starting with about half the turmeric in this recipe and then working your way up.
You can also cut the bitterness with added sweetener or added cinnamon.
Of course, you can make this on the stovetop as well by following the same directions.
Substiute any type of milk including full fat, half and half, rice milk, etc. for the almond milk. If using a thicker concoction like half and half, you may need less than the specified amount, or risk getting a very milky latte--which is not a terrible thing!