kopirama Senior Member Joined: 5 Feb 2012 Posts: 21 Location: East Java Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Mon Feb 6, 2012, 12:57am Subject: Re: Latte art
The first time I realize that there is actually a Latte art was when I watched this local TV series about the life of a barista. It was awesome and still is. Just wondering, is there a professional course for this or you just have to learn the rope by yourself?
My personal goal on learning this if so I can make one for my friends and they wouldn't dare to drink it just because they don't want to ruin the art. Wouldn't that be awesome.
PorticoBarista Senior Member Joined: 15 Jan 2012 Posts: 12 Location: Lincoln. UK Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: nuova simonelli aurelia Grinder: nuova simonelli Mythos
Posted Thu Feb 9, 2012, 7:46am Subject: Re: Latte art
Eliel, no its was free hand with a jug.
I have not been on the machine in a while and as it and the grinder are new the settings are forever changing and lately the the the creme on the espresso isn't fantastic and making the art hard, any suggestions would be great but i will get some for pictures up soon.
hotwasabipeas Senior Member Joined: 19 Aug 2011 Posts: 183 Location: New Albany, Ohio Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: Crossland CC1, NS Oscar,... Grinder: Baratza Vario 886 Drip: Flavia SB100 (makes a hot...
Posted Mon Mar 5, 2012, 9:19am Subject: Re: Latte art
Well I am finally getting some art! Thanks to the tips and tricks I have learned from this forum. Here's what I made this morning with my Starbucks Sirena, Illy dark-roast whole beans (yes I know but I ran out of my local roasted espresso beans) and skim milk:
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