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    Which pitcher for latte art?

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    Hi all,

    Am in the market for a new pitcher, my current has a wide spout making it difficult to get fine markings in a Rosetta - although not impossible

    Generally make 2 cups at a time, cap/latte and a long macc, occasionally 3.

    Suggestions on a pitcher/jug suited for latte art?

    Cheers,
    Kyle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodyboardingbum View Post
    Hi all,

    Am in the market for a new pitcher, my current has a wide spout making it difficult to get fine markings in a Rosetta - although not impossible

    Generally make 2 cups at a time, cap/latte and a long macc, occasionally 3.

    Suggestions on a pitcher/jug suited for latte art?

    Cheers,
    Kyle.
    I haven't used one yet. But I think the Rattleware handle free pitcher would be really good for latte art (Rattleware Handle Free Bell Pitcher 500ml - Di Bartoli). The fact that it doesn't have a handle, and is insulated means you can hold it more tightly, and get a lot more control over the pour. It's probably my next jug!

    David

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    Hi David,

    I suggest you try this one first if at all possible.

    I played with some early ones ad they were terrible- with the spout actually catching the pour which then ran down the body of the jug. I understand that there has been some modification.

    Basic Rattleware jugs are excellent as are Motta.

    Chris

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    Which pitcher for latte art?

    Quote Originally Posted by Talk_Coffee View Post
    Hi David,

    I suggest you try this one first if at all possible.

    I played with some early ones ad they were terrible- with the spout actually catching the pour which then ran down the body of the jug. I understand that there has been some modification.

    Basic Rattleware jugs are excellent as are Motta.

    Chris
    Thanks for that Chris. I definitely will try before I buy.

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    Which pitcher for latte art?

    Thanks for the suggestions! Just purchased a 12oz Rattleware, so ill give it a try when it arrives

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    Never had a problem getting art from a $12 incasa jug.



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