Frothing Pitcher: The Significance of Size (on the finished product) - Page 2

Beginner and pro baristas share tips and tricks.
mrjag
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Postby mrjag » Mar 02, 2017, 12:24 am

Far from my best result, but here's a first attempt at recording the vertical roll with my phone suspended from a lego contraption above the espresso machine. :)


TheCappuccinoKid
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Postby TheCappuccinoKid » Mar 02, 2017, 3:34 am

Nunas wrote:True, but for some there is also a disadvantage.


Yeah, I can agree with that. That a larger pitcher is good to slow down the process in the learning stages, but a smaller one will produce better results because less water in the milk. 12oz seems a good size for 1 serving, and about 20oz for 2+.

mrjag: Thanks for the video, that was great! The leaf art was perfect at the end. That's what I was trying to do on my first attempt, but I've got a long ways to go before I get to that skill level with this!

 
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