(*4*) Home barista, practicing for 4 years now. Hit this tulip at present, and I’m happy
These are so cool but my god does it stress me out as it gets close to overflowing.
Someone would love to receive this drink at craft coffee shop. Good work!
Problem… I like this so much, it would be hard to actually drink it.
This is a craft right here! Talent! I love watching this.
I could watching this over and over
This is so impressive!! Well done!👏🏽👏🏽
Hey, home barista here, but only practicing for about 2 months now… I do this exact same thing every morning with my coffee! Except that mine turns out looking like some sort of lumpy looking potato-like thing.
Seriously tho, that’s some amazing talent and I’m very jealous. How did you get to this level? Lots of practice and patience, obviously, but did you also take any courses or anything?
I’m not trying to be rude, but I’ve never understood the appeal of this. Everyone here is obviously a fan and clearly it’s super popular all around the world. Can you please share why you enjoy this? Again not being confrontational or anything, my brain just doesn’t understand 😅😅 I feel like I’m missing out. Edit: I’m talking about the artwork
What kind of things have to been practicing for 4 years?
So are these ever drinkable? Seems like way too much cream
Oh fuck yeah. I’d drink that so hard.
I tend to just pour mine like a Neanderthal.
With 4 kids a wife and a house to maintain I could only dream about having time on my hands to learn something this pointless 😂 looks good though, nice work, drop some sugar in mine first please👍🏼
finally a quality post, well done
Very nice 🙂 But 4 years of training…I don’t know if this worth so much time 😉
This is amazing. I can barely make any shape. Can’t seem to get the milk frothed right
Beautiful! Awesome job 🙂
Seeing how close it is to spilling makes me anxious
I loved it! Congrats on your new skill 💖
How often do you actually get to practice? Twice a day maybe? I can imagine it’s a tricky skill to master if you can’t just sit down and practice for hours on end
I used to do the dragon, a variation on the swan at coffee shops. You are 100% skilled enough. Do a Rosetta along the bottom of the glass. It will curve naturally making the swan body. When you draw through the middle to make the leaf shape, continue up with a wide and short S to make the neck. Make a heart at the end for the head. Swan. Now a few quick strokes with a spoon end to make spines coming off the neck. Elongate the top of the head backwards to make a sort of horn. Use white from the head to draw smoke coming out the mouth. Use brown from the crème to make eyes and accentuate the mouth a bit to create a nose if desired. Dragon.
That video will be worth some interweb points too =)
I struggle to get the froth the right consistency to do this, the top of my lattes just look like a Jackson Pollock painting at the end. Working on it though!
Beautifully done! I worked in a Cafe for 4 years and was a Barista and I couldn’t even do that. Latte art is so much harder then it looks. You should be proud.
4 years of practice to make that? Shit I underestimated how much effort that took. I feel like I could do that on my first try lol
Amazing job! What machine do you have at home that gives you such great results? This is equal to anything I can do at work on a La Marzocco.
What’s the best bit of advice for breaking the crema with the milk? I only start getting patterns when the cup is over half full. Great work it looks fantastic!
I always just make a dick and balls out of the foam so my wife can enjoy a nice cockichino
Question, why do you guys always have to fill the cup all they where surface tension is the only thing between the coffee and the customer’s pants? Can you guys use a slightly larger cup? Less milk? Heck, even less coffee? It’s nice looking at it, but I paid 10 bucks(egaggerating) to drink it, it’s super hard to transport that thing from the bar to the table.
It’s just soooo muuuuch cream. Way too much for me.
4 years to learn that?
I will never understand why people do this stuff with a cup of coffee I’ll obliterate in like 3 minutes.
Wow what did you use to froth? Looks amazing
What kind of drink is that? It seems like all cream? Isn’t that unhealthy? It looks cool though, very artistic!
I used to work in fine-dining. Most of our servers couldn’t do that if they were paid to… and they were. Good job!
Why yes, I’d love some coffee with my cream please.
> practicing for 4 years now
I’m always amazed how much free time some people have.