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How to make the most beautiful latte art ever, from easy to extra adventurous

It's hard not to scroll through your feeds and not see a beautiful cup of warm coffee. The good news is you don't have to be a barista to make some fancy latte art.

You don't have to be a barista to learn how to make these three latte art designs

(CBC Arts)

Latte art is undoubtedly one of the most popular forms of edible art these days.

From simple hearts to more intricate designs, it's hard not to scroll down any of your social media feeds and not see a beautiful cup of warm coffee. The good news is you don't have to be a barista to make some fancy latte art.

Starting from beginner to expert, these three how-to videos will teach you how to make three totally different latte art designs. With the help of talented barista Andrew Bassett from Little Victories Coffee, you can recreate some of these stunning and delicious works of art to impress all your friends and followers.

How To: Pour a Latte Heart

5 years ago
Duration 0:43
For the beginning latte artist! 0:43

In our first video, you'll learn how to create the classic heart. Using a few easy ingredients, this simple but stunning art can be yours.

How To: Pour a Latte Tulip

5 years ago
Duration 0:39
For the intermediate latte artist! 0:39

The second how-to guide will teach you how to make the elaborate tulip. You've probably sipped on this one before, and it's actually way easier to create than it looks!

How To: Pour a Latte Swan

5 years ago
Duration 0:43
For the advanced latte artist! 0:43

This third how-to guide will teach you how to make the most elaborate design yet — a swan. But don't worry, this one actually uses shapes from the previous two designs, making it much more attainable than you might think.

Happy pouring!

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