Latte art is quite often the most attractive thing for a new barista, and latte art is an excellent gateway to the exciting world of coffee. Latte art easy to start with, but to master latte art patterns, you need a lot practice and determination. Here are my tips that helped me to improve my latte art a few years ago!
Latte art is constant improvement and you can never be perfect or ready with it. It is only a matter how much you want to challenge yourself and use your imagination. In my previous latte art blog we went through the basics of how to make latte art. Let’s now go into deeper!
Are you new to milk steaming or are struggling with milk steaming to create the perfect micro foam? Steaming milk with seem hard at the start but milk steaming is easy and simple once you master few basic tips. Here are our tips how to steam the perfect milk and create microfoam.
Rosetta is probably the easiest and hardest latte art pattern to pour as it's easy to get started with but hard to master. Here is my guide how to pour a latte art rosetta pattern and what to consider when pouring the rosetta.
Latte art most likely the most exciting thing to learn for a barista but on the other hand latte art isn't easy. We have made some latte art videos for you to check out and we hope these latte art videos help you to become better at pouring latte art.
Heart is definitely the one latte art pattern where baristas often start their latte art career. Heart is pretty simple latte art pattern to pour but there are some tips and tricks how to pour it perfectly. Here is my guide how to pour a latte art heart.
Perfectly steamed milk is something everyone is aiming for, right?! But how is milk steamed so that you get the perfect microfoam in your steamed milk? Let's go through 5 easy steps how to steam milk!
Swan definitely isn't the first latte art pattern for barista's to start their latte art career with. Swan requires a few different techniques used in other latte art patterns but once you nail those, the swan is pretty simple to pour. Here is my guide how to pour a latte art swan.
So, today I would like to introduce you to the “BRO”, first ever attempt to create a Lithuanian coffee brewer.
When I bought it the guy who developed it, Emanuelis Ryklys said, “Take care of the Brother”. That sure forms some kind of attachment to this unique coffee dripper ?