[Homeroast] All quiet
theotherjo at gmail.com
Sun Apr 3 02:34:37 CDT 2011
I own a coffee shop / roastery and I'm here to tell you if your "pouring a
very nice rosetta" You have the hang of it. Unless of course your hoping for
a "monkey on a bicycle" <];^)
A joke a customer throws at me. Serious though, if you want a rosetta every
time you need to do this every day and you will get it down. If you can do a
couple rosetta's back to back I would hire you any time. Sadly I'm not
making enough at this time to pay myself much less a good barista.
Don't under estimate your talents. Your ready for prime time. Best to you
and don't give up if this is your passion.
On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 4:43 PM, Justin Schwarz <houstini at comcast.net> wrote:
> I have been trying to get the hang of latte art for quite some time now and
> for me it is really hit and miss. It has been fun, and I hope that one day
> I can work in coffee again hopefully for a place that pays well. I know I'm
> dreaming, but to go to work doing something you are passionate about could
> be very rewarding.
> I was visiting my parents earlier and they had their Silvia warmed up and
> asked me to make them a cappa I made one for my father and one for myself,
> the first one I was able to pour a very nice rosetta, and the second one I
> tried a little harder and was able to pull off a triple rosetta! Beautiful
> and delicious Sidamo Maduro cappas all around.
> I am going to roast tomorrow and see what I have lurking in the back of the
> coupboard that I may have forgotten about, hottop or bbq drum? I guess it
> depends on how much is in those bags in the back.
> happy roasting,
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