Latte art

10 photos of latte art in Toronto

Latte art in Toronto keeps getting better, and every year BA wielding Millennials (and Gen Xers) with middling barista skills are turned away from indie cafes with increasing scorn. If you can't work that crema and free pour rosettas, tulips, hearts, apples, and Picasso's Guernica, please do not apply. To survey the current state of latte art in Toronto, we challenged our readers to share their favourite latte art focused photos. We're excited to announce mich_dee, who shot the photo at the top of this page at Rooster Coffee House, is the winner of a two month coffee subscription from Detour Coffee.

You can check out all the submissions in our #latteTO photo stream, and be sure to sign up for emails about future photo challenges.

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Photo by aya_sch at De Mello Palheta

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Photo by mindymona at Bulldog Espresso Bar

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Photo by lindsayrhee at Crafted by Te Aro

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Photo by lammer at Dineen Coffee

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Photo by misschrisdeen at Dark Horse Espresso

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Photo by tilore at The Scullery

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Photo by jellomcho at Cafe Pamenar

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Photo by thiswildheart at The Tampered Press

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Photo by adds29 at Bicerin Espresso Bar

For more latte art photos check out our Latte Art stream.


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