November 3, 2016

Latte Art VIDEO Guide: How to Pour a Peacock


Feel like showing off your skills? You can be as proud as a peacock when you’ve mastered this latest trick in our how-to latte art series.

If you’re new to latte art, we recommend making sure you’ve mastered the heart, tulip, rosetta, and swan before trying the peacock. (Or at least the most basic versions of them.) You’ll also need to know how to etch. But if you’re confident with all those designs, then go ahead and watch this video guide.

The Detailed Peacock

Peacocks are known for their flashy feathers, so that’s where to focus. With a bit of etching, you’ll soon have some stunning details to wow your friends, coworkers, and customers. Find out more in this video:

SEE ALSO: Revisiting the Heart: A VIDEO Guide to Complex Heart Latte Art

The Peacock With the Flared Tail

Alternatively, a head-on view of the peacock allows for an impressively sized tail. And while size isn’t everything, there’s no denying that the flared tail of Krasl Pavel’s pour demands your attention. Talk about strutting your stuff.

SEE ALSO: 3 Winning World Latte Art Championship Performances

Of course, the wonderful thing about latte art is that it allows for creativity. While these are two common ways to do the peacock, there’s no reason why an advanced latte artist like you shouldn’t create your own designs. Why not share with us what you’ve created?

Feature photo credit: บางเวลา กาแฟและแกลเลอรี่

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