I re-upload a new video without that wand and the sad music.
Haters, I have to thank you guys to make me improve my video.
About that steam wand：
The light and background in my work shop is not so good to take a beautiful, so I got this CC license clip from PIXABAY.
Sorry for those misunderstanding I've ever made, I won't do that anymore.
This time we'll see what mistake we'll made when we're just start to learn latte art.
I'll talk about the mistakes I've ever made.
Really thank you guys for watching.
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Part 1 How to make a good milk foam for coffee latte and cappuccino
Part 2 How to pour a latte art coffee
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First, that video clip was not me, I take a video from a free license website (Pixabay), If that video make you sick, I'm sorry. I already upload a new video without that clip, I will keep these 2 video because I don't think it is bad to be corrected. And your comments won't be CLEAN just like that wand.
And, I'm a Taiwanese, English is not my mother language.
The reason of I tried to make these videos with poor English is I want to share basic concept to all of the baristas or coffee lovers for free. And your comments truly make a little bit hurt to me.
But don't worry about that, next time I heard your poor Chinese I will keep smile and won't make fun of you.
F**k, my English is too poor, so I take 1 year to reply.... I hope that you will forgive me.
I work at a subway and we have a cool coffee machine and o keep practicing my art also I find that tapping the jug gently helps with the foam settling better then pouring it and also even though I work at subway I know that the steam wand should be wiped straight after 🤦🏻♀️
I would love to learn latte art but the only time I get to teach myself is when I work at Starbucks because I don't have a machine at home. I try to practice as much as possible at work when making customer's drinks because one regular gets pleased with the art when I make him a heart in his personal cup
I got the first job as a barista when 20 years old, I worked in a coffee shop in a sightseeing spot, my boss didn't ask the skill of latte art, but I spent a lot of free time to read books and practice one cup of coffee every working day(of course after my job done).
I believe you'll find the first job in coffee shop very soon and there's a teacher better than me to teach you how to do latte art !
Kiara Teasley not usually. I start the espresso then add air to the milk. After that, I can set my pitcher on the machine to finish rolling while I pour the espresso into the cup. If I turn it too high, the milk boils before I finish with the espresso. Also, I feel it adds too much air.
You are NEVER too busy to wipe over the steam wand. This will determine the goodness of your future coffees. Leaving the milk on the steam wand will cause it to stick and burn and is sometimes difficult to get off. This will also make your next batch of textured milk have a burnt taste to it, even if you think you made it absolutely perfect.
My workshop has no beautiful light and background, so I got this CC free video on pixabay, if you can remember that my coffee machine is La Spaziale S1, not this real commercial type.
I'm really sorry for that misunderstanding.
I'll considerate every detail in the video very carefully next time.
What I have noticed, the milk structure/texture (I always do first milk foam, then coffee) is changing when you leave it for couple of seconds alone - it starts to make layers of milk and “dry” foam (that’s the reason e.g. when we do latte/latte macchiato, not cappuccino -- to leave the milk foam in glass alone for a while to have nice layers then). So it is needed to keep it in motion, to have one single smooth (silk) texture of milk foam for cappuccino. I have also seen baristas pouring milk foam from one jug to another (once or more times) to keep that texture smooth before pouring into the espresso. From my experiences, the best texture is with milk with high % of fat, 3,5 or 4% is giving me the best results.:) I make coffee everyday at least twice for me or guests, it keeps me motivated to trying to make some latte art and see how people react on it😁
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