29 Oct '13, 5pm

The secret to our velvety, sweet foam is going beyond making bubbles. It's all about the microfoam

Coffee & Tea 101 | How to Steam Milk with Microfoam Microfoam is that velvety smooth, wet paint textured milk that is at the heart of latte art. While producing this milk is all about practice, practice, practice, here are some general guidelines to keep in mind when steaming milk. Keep your steaming pitcher in the refrigerator or freezer so that you always start with a chilled pitcher Start with icy cold milk (about 34F degrees) Begin steaming by getting the milk to spin rapidly clockwise, then work the surface of the milk for about 15 - 20 seconds in one of the following ways: Standard Steam Wand: Bring the tip of the steam wand to the top, so that it just barely breaks the surface to suck in air and milk simultaneously Panarello Steam Wand: Submerge the wand so that the top of the milk and the air intake slot or hole are even, allowing milk and air to be drawn in evenly...

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No Electricity Coffee Maker

No Electricity Coffee Maker

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