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 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.
Latte art has many worldwide champions
that are truly passionate about their job.
During the London coffee festival, I could assist in some cool exhibitions.
To gain their level of confidence in this kind of competitions, they must practice so many hours and the perfection is a tough goal to reach; considering the strict and short time in which they need to complete and deliver their well-presented coffee artwork to the judges.
In the last few years, latte art has grown a lot and the latte art competition is a nice window for these skilled baristas; it is about helping them getting noticed to a larger audience.
I experiment with a bit of latte art from time to time.
I appreciate the enthusiasm and the massive effort a latte artist must stand when it comes to being creative and still able to serve a well-done coffee.
This section is dedicated to all the coffee artists around the world that are taking care of this challenging discipline of the coffee industry and are bringing it to the next level.
We will post their interviews to help other people who are seriously interested in this art and job to take advice directly from the best latte art champions in the world.
In this section of the blog, I will also describe which are the best latte art coffee courses in London, online lessons or some cool home barista course that could help you teaching you this art or improving your coffee experience.