Seriously Impressive Examples of Latte Art
If you’re like most adults, odds are your day hasn’t truly started until you’ve finished your first cup of coffee. While that generally means brewing a cup of joe with that dubiously-clean coffee maker you’ve had since college or grabbing a redeye at Starbucks, there are more exciting ways to get your caffeine fix.
Around the world, talented baristas are turning lattes into works of art, painting stunning masterpieces atop your espresso. From adorable foam animals to goth caffeine creations, these creative lattes are more than museum-worthy.
Why just wear designer labels when you can drink them? “That’s so Gucci.”
Cat & Panda Latte
Animal lovers will flip for this adorable drink, which is almost too sweet to take a sip of. Almost.
Matcha Bear Latte
This matcha bear from Sweet Moment NYC is just about as aww-inducing as they come.
Van Gogh Latte
We’d give our right ear for a latte as pretty as the ones they’re serving up at Fortress Coffee in Groton, Connecticut.
Black Glitter Latte
The perfect latte for when you’re feeling goth, but don’t want to let all that black clothing and makeup keep you from shining.
Cherry Tree Latte
We’re almost sad about having to destroy such pretty pictures, but not so sad that we wouldn’t do the same over and over again.
Gold Leaf Latte
Gold is good for more than just adorning our bodies. Case in point: this baller gold-leaf-topped latte.
Grumpy Cat Latte
What’s the next best thing to a cat café? We’d say this grumpy-looking kitty latte comes pretty close. Meow.
This bright and beautiful latte from Piggy Back Café in Brisbane is sure to get your day off to an awesome start.
While we could do without the subzero temperatures that go along with it, we’re not mad seeing Frosty in this foam.
Sipping on your own selfie is possible at The Tea Terrace café in London. Using specialized printing technology, their “selfieccino” features images of customers’ faces printed on the frothy topping of their drinks. Talk about next level latte art.
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