Saturday, 27 March 2010

Latte Art

My friend and I attended a "Latte Art" day at YSP. It was a great day out for a coffee lover. We had a talk and demonstrations by a very nice barrista trainer from Coopers Coffee. After a great lunch, we were taught how to make "art" in our latte's.



My friends attempt was very good.


Mine, slightly less impressive!!!

It tasted good though. xxx

21 comments:

love those cupcakes said...

Ooh, very arty. I'll have to get the coffee maestro here on a course. Or maybe you could post a tutorial?

harmony and rosie said...

That is brilliant, love the idea and yours was pretty impressive. You must give us a tutorial.

Kate x

J said...

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)

JP said...

taste is always important!!!

Lisa said...

What an interesting way to spend your Saturday, you do keep busy!
Lisa x

Menopausal musing said...

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)

noelle said...

I like that! I don't drink coffee though, just tea , lots of tea. Can't do it with tea can i!!!!

Lyn said...

Lovely, and you had such a lovely day to visit YSP. sorry I missed it!
Love
Lyn
xxx

skippinginthemeadow said...

ohhh i would love to know how to do that. i like your abstract version :o)

mandycharlie said...

Oh what Fun, I love this.

I would love to do this..

Michela said...

I've always wondered what "latte" was..as it simply means "milk" in Italian..now I know that it means "caffè macchiato" (=spotted coffee)
xxxxxxxx

P.S.Is the DQ ok after 18 bars of chocolates???!!!

Lazylol said...

that looks fun! I agree, you should do a tutorial for us!

Blueberry Heart said...

who knew there were latte art classes!! great way to spend some time!
BH x

Flower Girl said...

...I bet it tasted good though! Rebecca x

Jenny said...

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.

Louise said...

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

Lyn said...

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!
Love
Lyn
xxx

Gilly said...

Sounds an interesting day! No good for me - I can't drink milk - my coffee is always black!!

Rosie said...

Looks like great fun, I'd love to learn how to do that:)

Vintage Reading said...

Lovely latte post! Thank you for the up-to-date-Kate link.

Nishant said...

That is brilliant, love the idea and yours was pretty impressive. You must give us a tutorial.
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