Update: When I wrote this post at the end of September 2006, just over a month after I started blogging, I wouldn’t know that in nearly three years time it would have become one of the most read posts on the blog. In fact, as of now, it is just inside the Top 15 at #13, and is usually found in Google Images. I’m obviously tempted to think that the post, as well as the Coffee Art site, have been the orchestrating forces behind the surge in Latte Art in Russia, as the TV report from Russia Today channel well illustrates.
And if you’re up to trying your hand at drawing with milk and chocolate, to adorn your latte with exquisite designs, here’s something to help you get started, from Vinko @ Hong Kong and Toronto.
Original post from 26 September, 2006.
For one of my projects, I’ve been researching into coffee, its origins, sorts, etc. On the way I came across an intriguing term ‘latte art’ and went on to look for images. Well, this is a 3-page gallery of latte art images, which, despite being generally similar, sometimes are real gems.
Also, check out another fantastic website, Just Coffee Art, where art images are painted with coffee.
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Looks like you’ve mastered free pouring and have latte art down to a science! Competition is getting more intense, so Whole Latte Love is upping the ante in the Latte Art Contest. This year they’re giving away two Gaggia Baby Twins. Upload your free pour from start to finish, tag it: Whole Latte Love Latte Art Coffee and Espresso by Friday, May 16, 2008.>>http://www.wholelattelove.com/latteart_contest.cfm
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