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Coffee can mean different things to different people. Your morning brew to get you awake, a comforting bev on a rainy day, or a steaming cup for friendly conversation or a corporate meeting. 

But a canvas for creating art?

Yep, your cup of caffeine can be converted into an eyeful of inspiration for your customers. And all you need is an imaginative barista with latte art skills.

Inspiration in a cup

To show you how you can serve beverages that keep your customers coming back for more, here are a few artistic brews from across the world.

Canada

Canada

This little piggy comes from Fahrenheit Coffee in Toronto, one of the area’s highest rated cafes for latte art.

Visit website:

www.fahrenheitcoffee.com

View on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/fahrenheitto

Japan

Japan

Barista Kazuki Yamamoto specialises in 3D foam art, bringing customers flocking to the Osaka cafe where he works. Besides foamy Snoopy pictured here, he recreates Disney favourites and Japanese anime characters.

View on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/george_10g

 

South Korea

South Korea

Um Paul is one of the country’s top latte artists and World Latte Art Champion in 2016. It’s easy to see why with this gorgeous Red Indian Chief creation!

View on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/u_m_p_a_u_l_

 

USA

USA

Angie Chun at Coffee Code in Orange Country has been officially recognised as the best coffee artist in North America. The whiz barista serves up around 200 creations every day, like the one pictured here.

View on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/angie_chun

Australia

Australia

South Melbourne barista Ben Morrow is our very own latte art champion, having won the 2016 Coffee Masters tournament at the London Coffee Festival. 

View on Instagram:

www.instagram.com/ben_morrow

 

Interestingly, most latte artists are self-taught, expanding their skills as they get more creative and enjoying the flair it brings to their coffee. 

While replicating these world-class concoctions may not be something you can do in your café, adding an artistic touch to the way you serve your coffee can be inspiring for your staff and your customers.   

If you want to get brewing, here’s where you can start:

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