29 Jan '12, 8am

@onekind Old article:

@onekind Old article:

Competition time means cappuccino time – steam wands at the ready, homogenization checks in place, rosetta wrists steadied, all to add the right dollop of froth to the macch or capp that just might get you on a “Got Milk” ad. With this in mind, here’s two fascinating links on the divine marriage of Mr. Coffee and Madame Milk. From our pal Jim Seven, “Cappuccino and Conflict”, in which Jim explores the curious union of the modern caffe latté, denouncing anti-milk snobbery and concluding that the latte could be a useful vehicle for coffee culture indoctrination: Adding milk to coffee is a good thing. As much as I am pro-purity in coffee, I am more pro-enjoyment. Most people like adding coffee to milk, it adds sweetness and reduces bitterness and intensity. I can’t help but feel that milk could also be a great vehicle for getting people to explore coffee further. From Jim’s b...

Full article: http://sprudge.com/jim-seven-and-oliver-strand-disect-the...

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