We Want to See Your Latte Art!

Pour Through

To turn the waves into petals, lift the pitcher off the side of the cup and back up on your pour a little, while moving the milk stream forward, toward your thumb and the wider "leaves."

This pierces the milk foam and sinks the center line below the coffee, making a stem for the rosetta—not unlike dragging a knife through chocolate and vanilla cake batter to create a marble effect.

Hey baristas and home-baristas: are you into making latte art? Do you draw creative designs on the top of your cappuccinos? Are you practicing making milk-foam flowers and even faces? If so, we want to see it. We're gathering a 'Show and Tell' post of awesome latte art...made by you!

Want to share? Email us a photo of your best work—one image, and it must depict latte art you made along with a sentence or two on what it is and how you made it. For extra credit, please include your tips: how did you learn to make this design (or others)? What latte art advice do you have?

Last day for submissions is Monday, November 18th.

Just getting started and need a few tips? Start with these fundamentals, and then get specific with this guide to making a rosetta and this piece on drawing tulips.