September 27, 2017

Barista Hustle Milk Jug Should Improve Your Latte Art Symmetry


Fed up of pouring asymmetrical latte art, no matter how hard you focus? According to Barista Hustle, the problem isn’t you, it’s your milk jug – and you only have to wait until November for a solution.

Perfect Pitcher Alignment for Perfect Latte Art

Matt Perger, the man behind Barista Hustle, is the 2012 World Brewers Cup Champion, 1st runner up in the 2013 World Barista Championship, and 2014 World Coffee in Good Spirits Champion. He’s the reason why coffee houses around the world use an EK 43 grinder. In other words, he really knows his coffee.

And for a long time now, he’s been frustrated by poorly aligned milk jugs that create asymmetrical latte art, as well as handles that fall off or trap milk.

Enter his newest invention: the Precision Milk Pitcher.

Barista Hustle Precision Milk Pitcher

The Precision Milk Pitcher from Barista Hustle. Credit: Barista Hustle

Michelle Johnson of Barista Hustle tells us, “The usual culprit of asymmetric latte art is the misalignment of the spout and handle, and then neither are usually perpendicular to the bottom of the pitcher. We grew tired of this and decided to spend a great deal of effort engineering the straightest, most precise, and durable pitcher possible.”

Find out more about the Precision Milk Pitcher in Barista Hustle’s promotional video below or check it out on Barista Hustle.

SEE ALSO: VIDEO: Are You Pouring Your Latte Art Too Fast?

Feature photo credit: Barista Hustle

Please note: Perfect Daily Grind does not own the rights to these videos and cannot be held accountable for their content.

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