How to make Latte Art: The Basics in Slow Motion by Barista Dritan Alsela

In this video, I’m showing you how to pour the Latte Art Basics: Heart, Rosetta and Tulip.
My advice for every Latte Art beginner is to start pouring these basic patterns first and only proceed to more advanced ones, after you really learned how to pour and control the basics.

Some other basic benchmarks you need when pouring Latte Art:
– finely textured milk
– have the pattern nicely centered in the Cup
– nice and crisp White without any beige

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40 Replies to “How to make Latte Art: The Basics in Slow Motion by Barista Dritan Alsela”

  1. Amanda Hull

    Hi Dritan! Beautiful high molecular foam.. looks like velvet <3. I was hoping that I might be able to put your video on my website. I was a barista for 12 years and now I'm starting an online coffee and accessories site. I would like to feature your video on my home page if that's ok with you. Looking forward to hearing back 🙂

  2. Denih Sutardi

    Subs & like done…
    I've Been try to make latte art this Sunday but fail and fail again. How long does it take to froth the milk?

  3. Iliana Fearless

    How to you steam the milk? Do you keep the steamer on the surface of the milk all the time or you slowly sink it in?


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