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mimmo_gsr
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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 8:19pm
Subject: Making a Rosetta
 

Hi All,

What a great forum first of all :)

Well I have been away from the game for a while but am itching to get back in after I purchased one of the best espressos I have ever drunk the other day. This has rekindled my interest in espresso and made me wonder why I ever left!!(It was the long hours and late nights, but I hated leaving because I love and live my coffee. One thing I dislike about office life is that instant coffee YUK leaves a disgusting taste in your mouth, also the lack of atmosphere associated with working in a Cafe. Designing Excel spreadsheets doesn't really float my boat quite like creating a perfect shot of espresso :)

Anyway I used to have quite a knack for pouring out heart and apple and Tomato shaped art into my coffees, but have recently been seeing this Rosetta pattern and am wondering how its pulled off?

I have seen a few pics of almost completed  rosettas so I kind of know whats involved with wiggling the jug to make the leaves, but is there any MPEGs or AVI files floating around that anyone has some links to that I could have a look at?

If not is anyone here keen enough to record themselves making one of these patterns and posting it up on the net? I know that this would require quite a bit of effort.....but it is for a good cause ;)

I am passionate about my coffee and love meeting people who are equally as passionate. Thats what I love about these forums, it brings like minded espresso lovers together!!

Regards

Mimmo
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CoupePlus
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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 8:30pm
Subject: Re: Making a Rosetta
 

Perhaps this might help...

http://www.latteart.org/latteart.htm

Larry
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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 8:51pm
Subject: Re: Making a Rosetta
 

Welcome to coffeegeek!!

If you try a search (look for the little magnifying glass on this page) using "+latte +art +video" you will get these results and many more....

http://coffeegeek.com/forums/espresso/general/8365  

http://coffeegeek.com/forums/worldregional/australasia/55381  

http://coffeegeek.com/forums/espresso/general/13131


Good luck!  I am working on learning this one too.  
It seems the milk microfoam is the key.

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