Posted: 17 Aug 2011 07:20 PM PDT
Skim milk or milk cappuccino is a superior sweet milk. Getting this right carries with it the final touch to a good cup of coffee. It also gives budding barista the opportunity to practice and show off your artistic talent. Yes, I'm talking about latte art. Although not a good indicator of milk (you could burn) to others is necessary to show a passion for coffee. But first of all so excited to have heart and floral motifs, we ensure that we meet theMilk first right temperature.
The first advice is to start well. That is, cold milk and a cold stainless steel cladding on the wall or milk. Yes, cold milk, room temperature, not that you do not need the steam wand is not his thing. It takes a little 'more, but the smooth velvety milk froth you in the end it worth the extra.
* Put in the amount of milk for your coffee.
* Next is the milk jug so that the wall cladding is alsounder the surface of the milk.
* Open the steam valve and lift the milk steam wand is just below the surface. Not to create bubbles big, so somewhere around 1 cm (or 2 / 5 inch) is well below the surface of the milk.
* Because the milk steamer pulling the wall increases. Remember, your goal is velvety smooth froth milk, no large bubbles.
* If you built a velvety surface, press the steam wand deeper into the milk and continue to heat up the milk.
*Wait until the milk jug is hot to the touch, not hot, hot, you should read velvety milk foam.
* Then just pour the coffee, to complete a large mug.
Well, the milk samples, which I mentioned earlier? It's called Latte Art Learn how to do those works of art [http://www.the-java-cafe.com/Latte-Art.html]. The dress to impress her coffee!
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