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Once you’ve nailed the basics of making espresso, latte art might be your next destination.
Before we start, know that latte art takes a lot of time and practice, so don’t be too quick to give up if your initial attempts don’t go as planned. Even professional baristas don’t get it right the first time, so the key is to keep trying!
In this guide, we’ll give you tips on creating heart-shaped latte art. It’ll give you some ideas on essential techniques used by baristas to create the beautiful latte art that you see in cafes.
Why Master the Basic Heart Shape First?
On a sweltering hot day, there are some things we can’t get enough of. Like a cold, cold brew. Note: It’s not the same as regular iced coffee, which we’ll explain later on.
The thing about ordering a cold brew from a coffee joint is its price as it can easily set you back by SGD8 / MYR24. With our easy-to-follow cold brew recipe, you can make a refreshing cold brew that might taste even better than your favourite cafe’s. All you need are coffee grounds and water. The only hard part of it? It takes patience… lots of it.
Why cold brew, not iced coffee?
Searching for a dairy-alternative for your coffee or breakfast cereal? You’ve come to the right place. Using only natural ingredients, you can now indulge in these non-dairy milk guilt-free.
If you are wondering which milk alternatives are suited for your coffee or food allergies, here’s a comprehensive guide to get you started.
Foamed milk is a great addition to beverages like coffee, tea, and hot chocolate – and you can now enjoy it in the comfort of your home without heading to the nearest cafe.
Whether you have an espresso machine or not, here are some ways you can froth milk for your morning brew at home.
Which Milk to Use?
As the proteins and fats present in milk are responsible for creating that creamy froth, whole milk is often the best choice.
For a healthier alternative, skimmed or non-fat milk still does the job well although the froth loses some of its richness. But if you are a novice home barista, these types of milk are the easiest to practice with.
Dairy-free alternatives such as soy and oat milk can be used. However, the lack of fat will result in a milder flavour and thinner froth.
All things considered, all kinds of milk can be used for frothing as it’s a matter of taste and personal preference. Just ensure that you always use fresh, cold milk straight from the refrigerator as it is key in achieving a good froth.
Posted: April 22, 2020
With the latest wave of coffee drinks popping up in your nearest coffee chain and on the internet (Dalgona coffee, anyone?), there are more than just a few ways to get creative at home. It seems that anyone can be their own barista with just a few ingredients and basic kitchen tools!
For those who crave a cafe-style brew but prefer to stay in, here are some easy and impressive coffee drinks to spice up your day at home.
Dirty Matcha Latte
Posted: November 13, 2019
We’re here to help you make great coffee within the comfort of your home every day. Sure, sorting out a cup of flawless espresso begins with a reliable fully automatic coffee machine, but these machines too require some tweaking and dialing-in.
Here are some tips, tricks and everything you need to know to ensure you are getting the most out of your fully automatic coffee machine.
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