Latte Art Inverted Rosetta Tulip

Yep, it sure has a long name for a coffee design, but it’s the best way to describe it. A latte art inverted rosetta tulip.

As you can guess for it’s name it’s a combination of two techniques we have learned in the past, the rosetta and the tulip. If you can pour both of those patterns this coffee art should be a breeze.


Difficulty: ★★★★★

Prior Knowledge Needed

Latte Art Process

(1) Begin by pouring a rosetta near the center of the cup by shaking your jug side-to-side at a steady pace while moving your jug back towards you. Make sure to keep the spout of your jug resting on the cup in order to have more control. However, do not complete the rosetta design, but rather just the rosetta waves. Then stop the pour.

(2) Next rotate the jug 180 degrees from it’s original position. Now you will begin to create a tulip within the rosetta waves.

(3) Begin by creating the initial tulip circle in the middle of the rosetta waves. This is done by doing a subtle jug shake while at the same time moving the jug slightly away from you. When you do this, make sure to drag the jug forward in order to distinguish the circle from the rosetta pattern. Now repeat the same process above two more times but within the created circle. Now you should have 3 circles poured within each other. Once you have done this it is time to complete the latte art.

(4) Once you complete the 3rd circle, instead of stopping the pour, lift your jug up in order to create a steady stream of milk. Now run this stream of milk through the center of your design in order to complete the design. And there you have it! An inverted rosetta tulip! It’s not that hard to do but a refreshing change from typical patterns.

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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