baristaschmiede Senior Member Joined: 16 Feb 2013 Posts: 41 Location: Hamburg, Germany Expertise: Pro Barista
Posted Mon Mar 4, 2013, 9:11am Subject: Re: Latte Art baristaschmiede
thank you very, very much! You are asking for a video, well today I have uploaded a "frame-by-frame" quicktime on my Facebook-account (Click Here (www.facebook.com)). It is not a real video, but you can get an idea of my work. I am working on some videos and will let you know, when it is somewhere to see.
Well a tipů it is always difficult to talk (or write) theoretical about such a practical thing. Perfect is a personal training where you can work and the expert corrects you. The main factor is the right angle/position between the cup and the can, a soft an slow flow of the milk. Before using the foamy milk, make sure that it is a homogeneous liquid. First priority for me is the texture of the milk/foam, because the texture means taste! The visual appearance is just the second part. The highend product is a combination of perfect texture, perfect extraction without gas-bubbles on the surface of the crema and an excellent latte art.
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