Our how to guide: Espresso For Beginner’s. This video is Episode #1 of espresso for beginner’s and we focus on the basic technique on how to pull an espresso shot (espresso extraction). This tutorial is guided through 5x easy tips and by the end of it you will be able to pull an espresso shot by learning the techniques of dosing, tamping and extraction.
In this video I discuss 5x tips that have helped me to train barista’s to be quicker and more efficient on the espresso machine with a bonus tip on the end that discusses the ultimate weapon for improving your speed – steaming milk with no hands! These tips are practical action points that you can utilize straight away to improve your performance as a barista.
This video teaches you how to pour milk for latte art for a beginner barista. I discuss two simple techniques that will give you more control over your milk pouring to create more consistent and beautiful milk coffee. These two simple techniques can be practiced and perfected to prepare you to perform latte art.
In this video I will show you how to pour over with a Hario V60 aimed at beginner’s looking for a basic filter coffee method. The V60 technique can also be used with any large cone shaped brewer with a large open area. The V60 used in the video is an 01 (single serve). After watching this video you should know how to make pour-over coffee, feel free to ask any questions in the comments below.
-V60 and filter paper. -Weighing Scales. -Hot water (92-95 degrees celsius). -Spoon. -Coffee beans and grinder. -Timer. -Coffee cup.
Learning how to pour over is a great alternative to an espresso machine producing a brew with more acidity than espresso. It offers different nuances and flavours in comparison to espresso. This guide on how to pour over can be easy and a great method for your morning ritual gaining popularity over the traditional French press.
This video runs through a very basic yet important barista technique of how to pour two (or more) milk-based beverages while retaining even foam distribution throughout. This video will be of help whether you are pouring for a flat-white, latte, cappuccino or any other milk beverage.
Start with two milk jugs ready, one with enough steamed milk for the two coffee's you will be pouring. Before you start, pre-heat the secondary milk jug with a few mls of hot water.
STEP1: Pour 1/4 of the steamed milk into your secondary milk jug. STEP2: Pour your first milk beverage/flat white. STEP3: Pour the remainder of your milk into the secondary jug (this jug already contains 1/4 of the steamed milk). STEP4: Swirl the milk jug and pour the second milk beverage/flat white.