Barista Uses Food Dye To Create Colorful Latte Art – Design You Trust

Barista Uses Food Dye To Create Colorful Latte Art


Instead of wasting expensive espresso, Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury practices with colored food dye to create mesmerizing latte art. Just like regular latte foam, he first steams the milk before adding food dye in. He then pours the foam into a mug to create intricate and colorful leaf patterns. You might also want to check out fantastic Lumberjack and Chameleon cakes.

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