Whisk - pour - draw. Three steps to latte art coffee. If it were that simple, every milky coffee would have a beautiful van Gogh painting on the surface. Pouring milk when it goes wrong can be a pain in the ass for a barista. How do you minimize accidents and make accidents a certainty?
There are teapots in the world, small and large, shaped in all sorts of materials and from a multitude of manufacturers. Is there one among them that will help you achieve your dream latte art motifs?
Latte Art is a unique art in the world of baristas, which is always up to date and goes through one innovative phase after another. Coffee paintings provide baristas with a platform to express their creativity. Get inspired with me on the best Latte Art.
Petals, feathers or ferns. This is how you can imagine a rosetta. I'm sure you know this picture. You might have seen it most often at Cafe Latte. The latte art in the shape of a rosetta is typical of this coffee. So let's create one together.
Cappuccino with swan. This is a common goal of aspiring baristas who want to learn the latte art technique. The skill to draw a swan motif in the coffee is considered as a kind of meta. A kind of confirmation of the barista's level, skill and ability. So how do you draw a latte art swan?