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    Need some advise with frothing milk for 3 coffees

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    Hi guys,
    Im a pretty good barista, but thats only when i am supposed to make 1 cup, i can do hearts, rosetta, tulip, but the issue is when it comes to volumes i am just not being able to get the microfoam, i dont know why *i have been trying really hard, can someone please give me some advise with this i want to be able to froth atleast 2 lattes or 2 caps at once and have a heart or rosetta on both, i manage to get a heart on the second one but the first one just looks too bad,
    Would really appreciate some help here
    Thanks guys

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    Re: Need some advise with frothing milk for 3 coffees

    Have you tried splitting the milk into a second jug? Basically you pour about 1/3 of the milk into a second (warm) jug and then pour your first coffee, then recombine the milk and pour your second.
    Search the forum for more info but that will help.

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    Re: Need some advise with frothing milk for 3 coffees

    No havent tried that, but i did try to split the milk in two separate jugs and then pour, ill definitely give ur idea a shot tomorrow when i work,
    thanks
    cheers

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    Re: Need some advise with frothing milk for 3 coffees

    Moto is pretty spot on with his advice...split your milk.


    Quote Originally Posted by 515258594358515801090807300 link=1249035090/0#0 date=1249035090
    ...i have been trying really hard...
    Also, dont try so hard. Just stay relaxed like you do when you do milk for one coffee.

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    Re: Need some advise with frothing milk for 3 coffees

    This question has been answered pretty thouroughly in a thread just down the page...

    http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1242110561/0

    Hope this helps you!



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