Ooh, very arty. I'll have to get the coffee maestro here on a course. Or maybe you could post a tutorial?
That is brilliant, love the idea and yours was pretty impressive. You must give us a tutorial.Kate x
I'm a coffee addict and since I missed this 'Latte Day' at the Sculpture Park perhaps you could just share with your lovely blog readers how-to create just one of the designs maybe. Something we could show off to our friends when they pop round for a Cappuccino ;0)
taste is always important!!!
What an interesting way to spend your Saturday, you do keep busy!Lisa x
It has to be said that there is something VERY appealing about the thought of learning how to decorate your lattes.......... I would have loved to have done that! :O)
I like that! I don't drink coffee though, just tea , lots of tea. Can't do it with tea can i!!!!
Lovely, and you had such a lovely day to visit YSP. sorry I missed it!LoveLynxxx
ohhh i would love to know how to do that. i like your abstract version :o)
Oh what Fun, I love this. I would love to do this..
I've always wondered what "latte" was..as it simply means "milk" in Italian..now I know that it means "caffè macchiato" (=spotted coffee)xxxxxxxxP.S.Is the DQ ok after 18 bars of chocolates???!!!
that looks fun! I agree, you should do a tutorial for us!
who knew there were latte art classes!! great way to spend some time!BH x
...I bet it tasted good though! Rebecca x
I've always wondered how they make those patterns that make a delicious coffee even better. An interesting thing to learn and I hope you got to drink all your samples.
They've been struggling with the coffee art in my local Costa, on their flat whites! They could do with a course like this, infact they could well do with employing you, and your friend! x
No you are right don't put your spuds in till all the frost has gone, I just need to prepare the bed and get some weeding done and goodness back in ready for them!LoveLynxxx
Sounds an interesting day! No good for me - I can't drink milk - my coffee is always black!!
Looks like great fun, I'd love to learn how to do that:)
Lovely latte post! Thank you for the up-to-date-Kate link.
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