How To Pour A Rosetta Latte Art

The two fundamental latte art techniques are the heart and the rosetta. Master these two techniques and you’re well on your way to becoming a competent barista.

The rossetta latte art (also known as a fern) makes up many advanced latte art techniques.

Difficulty: ★★★★★

Prior Knowledge Needed

Latte Art Process

(1) Rest the spout of your jug against your cup. Next let the milk flow in and move your jug to the opposite side of the cup and start shaking side-to-side at a consistent pace until a white cloud starts to appear.

(2) When this cloud appears, continue shaking your jug side-to-side at a consistent pace and start steadily moving your jug back towards you. Make sure that the spout of your jug is resting on the cup as you do this as it gives you more control.

(3) The closer you come to the end of the cup make your shakes smaller and smaller until you start to form a little ball/heart shape.

(4) Once you have no more room/your cup is almost full. Pull your jug up to create a thin steady stream of milk and follow through the middle of the waves to create your rossetta. And you’re done! A Super simple yet elegant coffee design.

About the Author Ivan Bez

Ivan is the founder of Latte Art Guide and a barista with 5+ years of experience. He loves coffee and aims to help people improve their coffee making skills. Learn more about him here.

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