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MrCappuccino
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Posted Tue Feb 22, 2005, 7:33pm
Subject: Re: Why not create a latte art thread?
 

Now, may I commend you clever guys in your latte art, but I think a little more practice is needed to get to my
level...

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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 2:33am
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it took 26 pages for someone to think of that?!?

congratulations!
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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 6:48am
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Actually,  this has been done before,  Conquering Latte Art!! Woo Hoo!  For some stupid reason,  I tend to remember these things.


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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 8:06am
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behemoth Said:

the cadillac triple from one of those last posts is amazing, its currently the wallpaper on our  computer.  here are a few new ones. ive been working on my macs, also, i've been in a rut of pouring rosettas with a kink in the middle. any tips?

Posted February 22, 2005 link

from my (not so much) experience,
start wiggle sooner, wrap up sooner. the cup is just smaller than you think.
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Posted Wed Feb 23, 2005, 3:31pm
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behemoth Said:

ive been working on my macs, also, i've been in a rut of pouring rosettas with a kink in the middle. any tips?

Posted February 22, 2005 link

Just a guess:

a) Move the jug backwards earlier

b) Lift or tilt the jug at the end, when you're doing the slash-through (a thinner stream will give you the middle bit without dragging around the rest)

Hope that helps,

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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005, 1:25am
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hey

thank u for all of baristas photo
i think lots of pro.barista can make different latte art coffee, i can do 2
but only few people can doing every cup right coffee.
i know one of them ,going to icoco cafe,melb......

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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005, 1:30am
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hey Mal

can u tell me who made that latte art in yours photoes ?
thank u

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Posted Thu Feb 24, 2005, 2:26am
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Marika, Simon James did one, myself............
Simon works as a barista in another cafe who is a friend
Marika and myself work together.

Whats the deal with you talking about Ben all the time?
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