Latte Art Challenge[d] - Page 13

Beginner and pro baristas share tips and tricks for making espresso.
TheMuffinMan01

#121: Post by TheMuffinMan01 »

I was really on this day (but not any day since :p), this was the first day I poured nice rosettas.






risder

#122: Post by risder »


LukeNunn

#123: Post by LukeNunn »

This is my first successful rosetta type thing.. possibly crossed with a heart :')

It's not brilliant.. but i'm pretty excited I got this far xD

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spiffdude

#124: Post by spiffdude »

First success after two months on my Rocket

Damn this forum, I've had too m..muh...mah..mmmm..much caffeine!

Marc

#125: Post by Marc »

here's one I did lately, not the best but still..

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brokemusician77

#126: Post by brokemusician77 »

I'd say that's pretty impressive, Marc. Don't sell yourself short.
"There's a fine line between hobby and mental illness." - Anon.
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spiffdude

#127: Post by spiffdude »

Thanks Keith, glad to see some fellow Canadians on here!
Damn this forum, I've had too m..muh...mah..mmmm..much caffeine!

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spiffdude

#128: Post by spiffdude »

Hey risder, that bear is cool! Creepy but cool.
Damn this forum, I've had too m..muh...mah..mmmm..much caffeine!

sudda89

#129: Post by sudda89 »

Hellooo I'm brand new to the forum cos my girlfriend just got me a $5 coffee machine so I guess that makes me a home barista too! I love latte art and just want to show that it is possible even with the cheapest tools and even instant coffee. I think it really depends on how you texture the milk, even with an inconsistent... toy... steamer i still managed microfoam and half decent art... don't believe me?




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nixter

#130: Post by nixter »

Nice work there! I recently had an "Ah-Hah" moment with my pouring. Speed, basically. Keeping the flow fast towards the end lets everything happen.