Thursday, 27 June 2013

Caramel Net Coffee

Another nice looking basic coffee :) We are getting slowly to the Latte Art :) It isn't really that hard to learn, but what is crucial is well steamed milk. It needs to be very thick.


  • one-two teaspoons of coffee
  • water
  • around 50 ml of milk (or more if you wish)
  • caramel sauce

  1. Pour your coffee to your cup. Leave some space on the top of your cup for the milk
  2. Prepare steamed milk in a milk jug. 
  3. Take a spoon and put it gently on the edge of the jug, so that the milk that is still a liquid(the bottom of the milk jug) is poured to your coffee. (do it only if you want a white coffee. If not - skip that part)
  4. Take a spoon and put the steamed milk gently on the top of your coffee, starting from the middle. Cover the entire surface.
  5. Take the sauce. Open it and without pressing it yet, start making circles around the top of your cup, starting in the middle. If you practised for a while, press the bottle with the sauce (still making circles from the middle), so that it goes out. Make a caramel-spring on the top of your coffee.
  6. Take a toothpick(or another clean thing of that kind - might be even a needle) and immerse it a little bit in the middle of our coffee, pass it through the coffee to the edge of the cup 4 times (like on the clock - full hours - 9,12,3,6) A net appears :) You can add more lines, between those you already made.
  7. Bon appetit!

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