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Latte Art 101

Latte Art 101 - Course Complete

Latte Art 101 - Course Complete

Hopefully by now you've made your way through the Latte Art 101 course, and you're starting to get the hang of a few basic pours.   Keep practising, and in no time you'll be ready to take on Latte Art 102 when it becomes available!  In the mean time, if you need some new cups or perhaps a milk jug to help you with your latte art game, you can check those out here:     Otherwise, please leave a comment below with what you thought of the Latte Art 101 course, and what you'd like to see next.   Previous...

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Lesson Four - Latte Art Basics

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Lesson Four - Latte Art Basics

Now that you've learnt some of the basic latte art patterns, it's time to finish off Latte Art 101 with some other tips which will help you to pour better latte art.   Lesson Length: ~5 mins Lesson Difficulty: Intermediate     Previous Lesson | Coffee School Home | Final Page 

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Lesson Three - Rosetta Tutorial

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Lesson Three - Rosetta Tutorial

After Lessons One and Two, you should hopefully be starting to get a feel for pouring some basic patterns. However, we next need to learn about another jug movement pattern, so we can pour our rosettas!   Lesson Length: ~4 mins Lesson Difficulty: Intermediate       Previous Lesson | Coffee School Home | Next Lesson 

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Lesson Two - Tulip Tutorial

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Lesson Two - Tulip Tutorial

In this lesson, you will expand on the idea of bulb style pouring, to pour the tulip pattern.    Lesson Length: ~3 mins Lesson Difficulty: Intermediate     Previous Lesson | Coffee School Home | Next Lesson 

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Lesson One - Heart Tutorial

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Lesson One - Heart Tutorial

In this lesson, you will learn how to pour your first latte art pattern - the heart. You will be introduced to the 'bulb' style of pouring, which is fundamental for a lot of latte art patterns. You'll also learn about concepts such as setting the crema, and how cup angles will help you pour.   Before watching, it is recommended you complete the Espresso 101 course, in particular the Pulling Great Shots and Texturing Silky Milk episodes - as without these skills, latte art will be difficult to master.   Lesson Length: ~4 mins Lesson Difficulty: Basic to Intermediate  ...

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