Learning latte art with steamed soapy water [video] - Page 3

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#21: Post by Compass Coffee »

Thanks for the excellent post and video. I'll be showing the video and giving soap a try for training at my cafe!
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Wescott

#22: Post by Wescott »

Very clear and straightforward instructions! I can hardly wait to try it.

Many thanks.

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#23: Post by werbin »

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Interesting, inexpensive way to practice steaming & pouring latte art. Enjoy.

http://baristavideo.magnify.net/video/H ... -Latte-art

Linthorn

#24: Post by Linthorn »

Been trying the soapy water and instant coffee method. Works somewhat, but boy it tastes terrible. I don't know how you guys can stand it. I'm going back to milk and espresso for my cappas. :mrgreen:
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#25: Post by RapidCoffee » replying to Linthorn »

Instant coffee, yuck. You need to use good quality coffee from a reputable roaster, freshly roasted and fresh ground. Personally, I find "skim" detergents repulsive. Try 2% or "whole" dish soap, and I think you'll be impressed with the difference. :lol:
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#26: Post by shadowfax »

For me, the biggest difference was definitely switching to organic detergent. 7th Generation is good, if you can get it. :wink:
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#27: Post by Lockman » replying to shadowfax »

So that what that crap is for? I bought a case of it and now I can finally use it! Maybe I won't need a cleansing fast any more. Like getting a coffee enema and a clearing flush all from the same origin. :mrgreen:
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