upbeatattitudeiseverything asked: I just read you are Australian. Sorry I thought you were some 30 something guy living in Europe. For someone who is just 16, you make very very good at latte art. When you use word flat white, the term flat white is more common in Australia. Australians use the word 'mate' quite a bit and during a conversation for talking pause, they go like yeah. Do you also use word mate alot and while...
Wanna be a barista boy again
dingraha: Wanna steam milk again Wanna wear an apron and make drinks w hearts n rosettes in em again
upbeatattitudeiseverything asked: I need help with learning how to pour milk correctly to make a latte art. You have any videos or something that can help me?
upbeatattitudeiseverything asked: Are you a barista?
Barista Training Day 1
holisticism: Danny: Okay, let’s practice making a chai latte. *Makes a chai* Danny: … Do you you want this latte? Me: Sure! Danny: Okay, let’s practice making an espresso. *Makes an espresso* Danny: … Do you want this espresso? Me: … Um, okay. Danny: Okay, let’s practice making a cappuccino. *Makes a cappuccino* Danny: … Do you want this cappuccino? Me: … The end of my shift:
justlovewithoutcause: There is this GORGEOUS guy that comes into my Starbucks daily. Problem 1- He is like 25. Problem 2- I dont think he has a job. Problem 3- We are meant to be and get married and have little surfer-hipster-beautiful babies, but he doesn’t know it.
Don't Call It 'Turkish' Coffee, Unless, Of Course,... →
manoushee: Throughout the region that was once the Ottoman empire, people make coffee pretty much the same way: using coffee beans ground into a fine powder, then boiled in a little brass pot. But ordering “Turkish” coffee today doesn’t go over well in some Balkan or eastern Mediterranean countries that have some lingering anti-Turkish feelings. So funny, so true ;) Our version is either…...