Latte art silliness

Today at work I was trying to have some fun. Or, I was trying to pull off multiple art pours in small volumes. Surprisingly counter to prior attempts, it worked out for me. These photos were taken very quickly and are thus a bit blurry. I promise that the drinks were much more impressive in person. My true thoughts on multi art pours are actually against it. I think almost any day, a pure, well poured single rosetta is much more beautfiul than a crazy 4 rosetta pour in a 6 oz cup!

Also, Bumpy’s now has a website here where you can see the daily specials and such. And for you Calgarians, check out the Herald food section on Sunday!

This is an eight ounce latte

Same as the above but from a better angle

12 oz latte

12 oz decaf latte

4 oz macchiato

16 oz latte in a to go cup!


5 Responses to “Latte art silliness”

  1. 1 Jonathan Howse August 3, 2006 at 6:16 am

    marry me

  2. 2 coffee activist August 3, 2006 at 2:34 pm

    nice work. and, it’s about time that bumpy’s got a website. It’s pretty flashy. hey, you want to get together some time and do some cupping, maybe a little food pairing?

  3. 3 Shaun Taylor August 9, 2006 at 7:08 am

    I really like the decaf shot Peter.

  4. 4 Scott August 9, 2006 at 12:25 pm

    I am impressed that you’ve nailed maulti art but do think that less is more, i think it just looks over crowded and messy. I have finally got to grips with takeaway art. will post soon! take care

  5. 5 Lee August 13, 2006 at 6:33 am


    I would love for you to post them on !

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