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    Many versions to see
    Difficult to perfect
    Never one the same
    I am recalling yet,
    A time in 1996
    A friend of mine had seen it done
    But couldn’t quite explain due to the lack of Seattle sun.
    Within weeks my boys
    Showing off there poise
    Had mastered the art for some.

    Does anyone know the true history of this legendary art?
    Cool to me because all variations appeal and you don’t have to touch the coffee with your often dirty tools.
    (FREE POUR PATTERNS RULE)

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    Re: Rosetta/ FERN - WHO WAS 1ST

    David Schomer of Cafe Vivace makes a claim of inventing (or one of his staff) latte art and the rosetta latte. I dont recall the spcifics but I do recall hearing it mentioned in the Café Vivace latte art traiing DVD.

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    • #3
      Re: Rosetta/ FERN - WHO WAS 1ST

      Just watching the DVD again (Caffe Latte Art - Updated).

      1m20s in he mentions that in 1988 they began developing mik art patterns, first the B in B and the in 1989 the Heart shape.

      In 1993 they poured a rosetta latte in ceramic cups.

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      • #4
        Re: Rosetta/ FERN - WHO WAS 1ST

        I like the poetry (and free-pour of course). Yours? Good work.

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        • #5
          Re: Rosetta/ FERN - WHO WAS 1ST

          Originally posted by 684F55444D4D484544515549210 link=1233335941/3#3 date=1233478909
          I like the poetry (and free-pour of course). Yours? Good work.
          Yes proud of fern but not quite a poet and I do know it

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            Re: Rosetta/ FERN - WHO WAS 1ST

            And thanks for reminding me about Schomers BB
            Your are a 100% correct.
            what a bloody legend he is.
            Mate of mine was in Seattle recently.
            Called david and he was more than happy to take my mates on a coffee tour.
            unfortunately thanks giving day got in the way.
            i was lucky enough to receive a Vivace tamper.
            excellent tamp too.

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