Latte Art
Latte Art

Latte Art

Regular price $165.00 Save $-165.00

Duration 3 hours
Venue Argo on the Parade

Bookings Essential

A beautiful rosetta or tulip adorning your latte can make the entire coffee drinking experience that much more special. As a professional barista, being able to produce impressive latte art can help you and your coffee stand out. As a home barista, being able to reproduce the designs you see in cafes will give you a wonderful sense of accomplishment (and is a good party piece for your coffee-snob friends!).

This course will give participants the opportunity to learn the finer points of texturing (steaming) milk for espresso based drinks and consistently producing beautiful latte art. You will be learning on state of the art equipment and from an industry professional who has been teaching latte art for seven years - receiving individual attention with plenty of hands-on practice. Both basic and complex latte art patterns will be covered, along with a brief discussion of considerations to be made when using alternative milks (non-dairy).

Due to our unique training methodology this course is suited to both beginners (including those with no barista experience) and current baristas looking to refresh or improve their skill set.

If you have any questions regarding the course or are interested in one-on-one tuition or coaching for competition - please email Adam at adam@monasterycoffee.com.au :)

Happy learning!

We are a small batch roaster of traceable coffees based in Adelaide, South Australia.

To us 'traceable' designates two key things - quality and provenance; we only roast coffees of the highest quality and coffees that are traded in a traceable and sustainable manner. We feel as the roaster it is our role to firstly - roast only to preserve and highlight the individual qualities inherent in each coffee due to the meticulous work of the producers, and secondly - to make sure you know who those producers are and where your coffee came from.

We believe in an economically sustainable supply chain, wherin everybody from the consumer to the farmer is empowered. To that end we only roast coffees that are sourced in an ethical, transparent and responsible manner. We go to lengths to ensure all players in the supply chain are remunerated fairly and have access to the same knowledge - most pertinently those in producing countries, who are currently benefiting the least from trade and simultaneously bearing the most risk.

Together we can change that.

If you have any questions about our roasting or sourcing please don't hesitate to email us at:  hello@monasterycoffee.com.au