I had a lot of expectations, I had hyped this drink up a ton in my head. Thirsting for it ever since I heard it was in the works. Amazingly, this met my expectations, unlike the butter coffee I tried last winter which I couldn't even stomach. The first time I went to the shop on Damen they had completly sold out of the draft for the day. My disappointment was palpable. Learning from that, I stopped by La Colombe a little earlier in the day and for a flat $3.75 got the smoothest iced latte I have ever tried and believe me I have tried a ton. I have visited nearly every coffee shop in Chicago and when I travel I tend to tour local cafes, refusing to get Starbucks since I can always get that when I'm back home. I savored each sip, wanting it to last as long as possible. It tasted like a liquified scoop of coffee ice cream without all the sugar. I have never been annoyed by the consistency of the coffee I was drinking, but after experiencing this silky caffiene I realize what I have been missing. It was as if the guy behind the counter had painstakingly whisked the coffee into a foam like consistency and then poured it over ice, yet the speed with which I received my order made that option implausible. I will be going back to La Colombe on the way to work tomorrow, as I must try the black and tan iced latte on draft.