Today It’s time to kick-off with the “Latte Art” section. I start with a question. Does latte art really matter? It’s not precisely define who invented latte art and when he/she did it. There were two guys that were practicing latte art around 1980s and 1990s: David Schomer, owner of Espresso Vivace coffee shop in Seattle along with Luigi Lupi, a passionate educator of the coffee industry. In U.S. Schomer started pouring heart in the cup in 1989 while in 1992 he made rosetta pattern. From then on, it became … Read more
latte art is a form of art that follows all the way up the coffee industry.
Latte art is really good to help sell your coffee as it add that extra visual prospective and elegancy that is well seen when a customer gets its coffee.
Latte art is a trend nowadays, a form of expression that follows up the coffee industry.
Latte art is really good to help sell your coffee to customers that appreciate a nice presentation.
This form of contemporary art adds that extra visual perspective, elegance and it is a selling point that is perceived immediately.