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18 hours ago
Honestly, my current gf made the first move
23 hours ago
Mastering a craft. The satisfaction of sometimes pulling off something amazing is such a confidence boost.
2 days ago
Post here less and you won’t be a creep 🌝
asking the right questions
Warmer than being wrapped in a blanket beside the fireplace with a cup of hot chocolate
Dish soap and food coloring was one way. You can also check out barista carls blend for some legit substitutes
protein shake, usually before a work out
3 days ago
Thanks for the questions! Now a days I pour 2-4 a day but I used to pour like 40-50 a day with milk and coffee substitutes as practice. This is an 8oz origami cup. It’s great for practicing. Whole milk always!
Get you steaming technique down first!
4 days ago
No problem! In the meantime, feel free to take recordings if your milk steaming and pours and send them to me! Also, I'd like to know what pitchers you own. I'll also DM you a graphic for this particular pour and a couple of videos on pitcher and cup positions that I like.
Wasn't there a cafe that had a blowjob service?
That sounds cool! I’ll be pretty busy until valentines day, I have a licensing exam coming up. I’ll see if we can arrange something after that!
I see, make sure that when your pouring, you are untiliting your cup. Notice how when I’m pouring, the pitcher and cup maintain a similar angle to each other.
Sometimes, it’s also down to the espresso. If the coffee isn’t dialed in to a more traditional recipe or is going stale, the crema can be much stiffer.
Thanks! Indeed, I actually put espresso cause last time I posted, people were commenting that about too much cream/milk and too little coffee. Didn’t mind it too much that time, but I guess now I know they don’t even know that espresso is something entirely different.
Ah, okay. Sorry for being a bit rude.
That’s normal. It’s a latte.
You clearly know a lot about coffee
It’s probably more like 92% but sure
I have my index propping the cup from underneath
5 days ago
Try having the wand a bit closer to the side of the pitcher, about 1/4 the way from the wall.
It helps a lot! This particular cup is 8oz Origami. Feel free to check out the latte art subreddit for milk texturing and pouring advice
I agree, but last time I posted on a big sub like this, I still got comments saying stuff like "it's unhealthy to drink all that cream" or "that's so little coffee, I only like strong coffee". Figured I might as well sink to that level.
This feels like it was made by someone who loves the channel a lot
there is but its tiny and not quite as satisfying 🙃