Late art is a form of art created by pouring steamed milk into a shot of espresso and has become an increasingly popular in cafes across the world. This art is not only about showing the artistic talent of the baristas, but making the cup of coffee more delicious, visually appealing and breath-taking.
There are two types of latte art: free pouring – pattern created during the pour, and etching – the pattern is created with a tool after the pour. Although free pouring technique requires little additional time in preparing, it is far more common in American cafes.
What do you think about this type of art? Are the hearts, flowers, dogs or cats essential enough to make the latte tastes better or you prefer to drink pure latte without drawing on it?