Last weekend, a friend invited me to enjoy the evening in a cafe. Incidentally, I am a connoisseur of coffee and I ordered a cup of coffee latte to a waiter at the cafe earlier. Latte itself comes from the Italian, which means milk. While American-style coffee latte is a combination of espresso and milk. It's just a mixture of milk is more dominant.
Honestly, I am not so familiar with the cafe, so I am somewhat in awe as a cup of coffee latte my order arrived. In the heat of the coffee leaf decorated with images from the hot milk froth. "It's beautiful," so I said to myself. Latte art or coffee latte art to decorate, that's the name of beauty contained in a glass of coffee latte earlier. It seems, because it's so good, it would be very unfortunate if you have to ruin it by drinking coffee decoration.
From the literature I've read, apparently coffee art has been around since 1000 BC in Egypt. The development in the cappuccino was introduced by the Romans and Greeks. Approximately 20 to 25 years ago, back latte art popular in Italy, which then spread to various parts of the world.
Foam topping on latte art comes from the heated milk. Decoration of the latte art form itself can vary, for example in the form of leaves, petals, human faces, trees, hearts, and so forth. Generally, latte art is done manually, directly from the hands of the coffee maker. Even so, today, in line with the development of technology, latte art can also be made with the help of tools such as a printer. Art to decorate the coffee with this printer is equally beautiful, and also be able to enjoy because the ink used is an consumable ink,… err.. Interesting is not it?
Initially, latte art coffee just acts as an ornamental. But now, latte art is also performed to provide a more delicious taste of a cup of coffee. But in my shadow, to master the technique of latte art seems not easy issues.
Latte or Caffè latte (which means that Italian coffee milk) espresso or coffee is mixed with milk and has a thin layer of foam on top. Comparison between milk with coffee at the caffè latte is 3:1. Latte or Caffè latte (which means that Italian coffee milk) espresso or coffee is mixed with milk and has a thin layer of foam on top. Comparison between milk with coffee at the caffè latte is 3:1. This drink was first invented in Italy in late 1950 by Lino Meiorin. He is the owner of a cafe and is the first of the Italian barista. Cafe visitors weren’t used to the taste of a traditional cappuccino which is very sharp and therefore, they ask for more milk (latte) to be mixed with coffee. Eventually Lino decided to sell espresso drinks with more milk and call it a "caffè latte". At that time, he presents a caffè latte in a bowl and then switched to a glass of beer. Now, caffè latte served in a cup and embellished with a touch of art (Art of Latte).
One important factor is the quality of a latte frothing milk whose function is to enhance and strengthen the flavor of coffee, not vice versa. So if you think milk latte is not more dominant than the coffee or coffee with a little taste of milk. To achieve these criteria would need an espresso machine that powered to generate the foam frothing benar2 smooth or micro foam in the milk, in addition to technical skills of the barista course.
these art pictures are here to ignite your sense of coffee art. so why don't we start to get some inspirations?
what kind of espresso coffee which called latte art? Probably not many people who never heard the word "Latte Art" but as Coffee Lovers would see or try the coffee with the Latte Art.
Latter latte art or art is a method of preparing coffee was created by pouring steamed milk into the espresso and produces a pattern or design on the surface of the coffee. It is also be made by simply drawing on a layer of foam. Latte art is very difficult to make because of the condition required demands of the two shots of espresso and latte. This coffee art depends on barista experiences and quality of the espresso machine.
Latte art is the term used to refer to painted drawings design on the surface of the espresso-based drinks. To produce a beautiful painting, it takes a special skill in the art serves a good latte to coffee lovers. One important factor is the quality of a latte frothing milk whose function is to enhance and strengthen the flavor of coffee, not vice versa, so milk latte is not more dominant than the coffee or coffee with a little taste of milk.
Perhaps you think just drink regular cappuccino. In fact, the type of coffee beverage on this one there is a work of art called Latte Art. The term is used to refer to a picture or design which is called the surface of the espresso-based beverages. Latte art has existed since 1988 in Italy and spread in various countries around the world. In the modern era, latte art serves not only displays the aesthetic side in a cup of coffee, but also to get a cup of coffee with a better taste. Produced from the milk foam latte art is usually very smooth, so that when combined with foam drink milk, it will feel softer because they blend in with the coffee.
Techniques to create a pattern on top of the coffee are usually applied to a cafe latte because it has a ratio of milk and foam the most support. Latte art can be a measure of whether espresso, milk and foam are mixed to perfection. To get a perfect cappuccino, it is not just the taste that must be considered, But also a beautiful pattern on the surface of the cup of coffee. The barista who prepared cappuccino must have specialized skills in preparing coffee, especially for latte art. Not only the skill, have they also had to have passion to make in order to create a perfect cappuccino. So, not only the cappuccino flavor that makes people falls in love. But also because of the beauty of the coffee art patterns in it and prepared with love.
Latte is milk in Italian. In English speaking countries usually refers to some type of latte coffee dishes are prepared by adding hot milk. In Italian dish is known as "caffè e latte" (commonly called "caffelatte"), literally means "coffee and milk", regular coffee is also analogous to the French "café au lait" and latte macchiato are very similar (but they are not the same!).
According to the terms used in the USA since about 1985, lattes are served in a proportional-third espresso and two-thirds steam milk. So, thus latte coffee contains more milk than coffee cappuccino, latte but it is also softer and feels more milk. Latte also be prepared by pouring the coffee and milk simultaneously, from any side of the beverage container. The evolution of this term is relatively new and may have come from the spread of "madness" of coffee in 1980, which extends all over the USA (and also outside the USA) through a growing network of Starbucks is from Seattle. Some cafes create unique designs latte milk foam shapes called coffee art.
But always remember, if you order a cup of "latte" in an Italian café that will make a barista serves you a glass of milk.
On the other side of the world (for example, Australia) is usually served in a latte glass, which is presented on the bed of a small plate with a napkin that can be used to hold the glass (often hot). Most of the barista will heat the milk at a temperature of 65-70 C, above that temperature, the milk will change it. These dishes are generally made using a 30 ml shot of espresso and topped with milk froth well. In New Zealand even regular latte served in a bowl in many coffee shops. Milk latte served in a "frothy", and sometimes decorated shape. Latte can be served wet or dry. Wet means no foaming while dry means more froth. Now go get some coffee latte art!