Latte Art Workshop

Make beautiful latte art with a barista world champion



3.5 hours Class size 1 to 8 (public classes), 6 to 10 label $99


Learn to make beautiful latte art, with a barista world champion.

Our three hour Latte Art workshop designed by our expert trainers will give you the core skills that are needed to make the perfect cup.

In this fun and informal workshop, you'll develop the core skills and then experiment with art designs, under the guidance of barista champions.

Roast, grind and brew quality espresso with fellow coffee lovers. Learn how to make and judge a good latte art, use a wide variety of milk pitchers, and perfect a combination of etching and pouring technique. This class is great for both beginners and those who want to further develop their techniques.

Here's the full agenda:

1. How to judge a good latte art
2. Intro of free pour
3. How to choose your milk pitchers
4. Make good espresso
5. Free pour techniques
6. Three basic patterns Rosetta/Heart/Tulip
7. Advanced latte art
8. How to design your signature art
9. Combination of Etching and free pour

You'll also be treated to a light meal too, plus you'll get a certificate of achievement at the end.



Aside from this class, this teacher also has the following coming up:



Knowledge Required
No knowledge required.
 
What to bring
All equipment provided.
 
Suitable for

This class is a great indoor activity idea for individuals and couples as well as for a birthday, hens party, team building activity, corporate event, bucks party or Christmas party.

This would also be a unique gift for her, gift for mum, anniversary gift or Xmas gift.

Location

157 Victoria Road, Marrickville NSW

Your teacher
Roastville Coffee
Roastville Coffee

Coffee Lovers at Heart

4.7 (158)
10k

Our teacher at Roastville, Andy Liu, was a recent NSW Barista Champion, placing first in a highly competitive process. He also won the World tea brewing championship in 2017.

Andy has taught students at all levels in the art of coffee and tea making, from absolute beginners, to other Barista Champions.

We can't wait to welcome you at one of our future classes.

Verified reviews

Vivid • Dec 2020


Good class considering the duration, but I wish we practised more during the session. After all, practice makes perfect, am I right?

Rose Dearinger • Nov 2020


This Latte Art course was absolutely perfect for my skill set, I definitely achieved what I wanted from this class. There was no messing about with basic coffee machine operation - straight to business with how to texture milk and free pour beautiful latte art. I went from absolute latte pouring novice to being able to control a heart and a leaf !

Latte Art Workshop review by Rose Dearinger

Sophie Ko • Oct 2020


Beautiful place, nice coffee and delicate teacher! I was really happy to experience the best facility, materials and food.

Latte Art Workshop review by Sophie Ko

Gregory Kinda • Sep 2020


Great and highly recommended course. The teachers was awesome. Learner a lot. Will definitely be coming back for more coffee and education. Thanks a lot.

Malek Elzein • Aug 2020


This was a great class. Making coffee is fun, doing latte art is challenging but when you are able to get that pattern in your cupthe coffee just tastes better.
Kunaal was great and has a wealth of experience. He provided great tips and advice about coffee and latte art. Definitely taught me more about how to get the art right.
The venue was great, had a nice cosy atmosphere. The equipment was amazing.
The class was so much fun and enlightening, I'd definitely do it again.
Latte art is a constant learning game and I definitely learnt more than I could from watching videos online.

Highly recommended!

Latte Art Workshop review by Malek Elzein

Patrick • Aug 2020


The barista teacher was very informative and provided practical feedback when trying to reproduce the latte art patterns. The teacher was always happy to answer questions and willing to go the extra mile to help you understand the concepts.

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Yin Tun • Jul 2020



The teacher was very helpful and friendly, displaying great knowledge about coffee and what goes into it. It was also a lovely venue. We learned about the basics of latte art (heart, tulip, and rosetta patterns).

Coffee workshop review by Yin Tun

Asmita Ghising • Jul 2020


It was greatwe learned many tricks on what to do and no to doand the teacher was very friendly and supportive

Luisa Muehle • Jul 2020


Amazing class! The teacher was great and very patient haha. Definitely worth it! Would recommend.

Elaine Tsang • Jul 2020


Teacher was knowledgeable and able to provide instructions and feedback constructively. It was a fun class and a light dinner was provided which was nice. Lost count of the number of coffees I was able to make so even though there was only one machine for the 8 of us we still got ample opportunities to practice!

Coffee workshop review by Elaine Tsang Sydney

Nicole McGowan • Jul 2020


This class was fantastic. The teacher Kunal was very knowledgable and approachable and we had a lot of fun applying theory to practice. I was a lot more confident making my own coffee (and art) at home the next morning. Thank you!

Shai Thaler • Jun 2020


professional and knowledgeable teacher, venue very cosy, thanx for dinner.
I got a taste of what has to be done and intend to do a lot of homework on my machine at home.
there is no point in having another workshop before really training a lot.
overall- enjoyable experience.

Wai Yuen • Jun 2020


Andy is a really good instructor! I could do some latte art after a few hours. The way he explained is really easy for beginner to understand. Super recommend for those who are looking for making instagramable latte art

Mandy Hu • Jun 2020


Andy is so charming and professional. He gave great advice and guided everyone to make improvement. We learned basic skills, how to make heart, tulip and rosetta with commercial coffee machine. He also did demonstration on another level.
Highly recommend, will definitely attend for the further course.

Coffee workshop review by Mandy Hu

Sung Tse • Mar 2020


Great class and professional teacher. Nice place and equipment, good workshop for for latte art beginners.

Coffee workshop review by Sung Tse Sydney

Beatrice Jacinda • Feb 2020


Very informative workshop. Andy corrected the basic common mistakes baristas make when steaming milk and pouring. Overall it was great but I’d hope to have more coffee machine during the workshop as there was only 1 machine so each of us had to take turns.

Kathy • Feb 2020


Thanks for a great class, Andy. I appreciated your technical approach, so that we learned how to identify the steps needed to create great latte art.


Marc-Olivier Maizener • Feb 2020


Amazing teacher, thanks for your time! It was interesting and dinner was provided, thanks again

Janelle Reeves • Jan 2020


Andy was very knowledgeable and gave us loads of interesting information about coffee, its origins, and of course the art of steaming and pouring milk. We had lots of demos and assistance from him as we tried to replicate what he had taught us. I think we'll all be practicing hard at home now to perfect our skills.

Latte Art Workshop review by Janelle Reeves

Elodie Leveque • Jan 2020


We really enjoyed the latte art class! This was a very first for us! Andy is a very good teacher. We had enough time to learn and practice and now want to try again at home!
It was totally worth the price and we even had a nice snack which we appreciated!

Coffee workshop review by Elodie Leveque

Grace Miltenburg • Dec 2019


Great workshop, very informative and improved my skills in coffee making. Would thoroughly recommend to anyone

Ying (amanda) • Dec 2019


Our teacher Andy is quite good, well explanation, everyone got chances to try on their own,too. He also gave us great advice, which makes us get better in other attempts. Highly recommend, it’s really value just come and have fun(●´∀`●)♡

Coffee workshop review by Ying (amanda)

Michael Krampitz • Nov 2019


The instructors were very talented and examples were explained well.
The drawback was that a class of ten people only had one coffee machine to practise on. The workshop was useful as a tutorial but under equipped as a venue for practising and developing skills with Latte Art techniques.

Coffee workshop review by Michael Krampitz

Scott Philipson • Nov 2019


Andy is not only a great Barista and latte artist, he is a great teacher. I thoroughly enjoyed the class

Olivia Mackay • Nov 2019


Friendly and welcoming atmosphere, highly skilled teacher and the snacks were delicious! I’d highly recommend this class for anyone who wants to take their latte to the next level.

Gemma Turner • Oct 2019


Great teacher, great location, I would have loved to actually drink one coffee - before we start?

Myoungjin(kate) Seo • Oct 2019


It was so much fun and helpful. I’m positive my latte art will be better. Thank you for all , Vincent

Bruce Anderson • Oct 2019


Vincent was fantastic. So energetic, engaged and knowledgeable. I had no idea how much technique was required to simply make a heart

Great fun and we went through a lot of coffee in all the practice. Also learnt how to drive a full blown commercial coffee machine.

Aaron Cheung • Sep 2019


Very friendly and informative. Explained things well and corrected us when we were making mistakes. Learnt techniques to make a heart, tulip and Rosetta. Only negative is I wish there were more machines so we can practice more. An enjoyable night nevertheless

Thien Nguyen • Aug 2019


I love this class. Its so amazing, i learned how to steam milk for latte art which i did wrong for a long time and the most important is how to hand the pitcher. Thank you Andy.

Prince Shah • Aug 2019


Great value for moneytotally worth it. The teacher was really awesome, his eye for detail on every students performance and teaching them accordingly makes him a great teacher.

Koki Kigure • Aug 2019


Teacher was really great
So kind n easy to understand even for me.
Thank you!

Yi Zhang • Jun 2019


In this workshop, Andy demonstrated us heart, tulip, rosetta and some complex animal patterns. He patiently told us what we can improve from our pouring, had fun and learned a lot! Will probably join other coffee class from him!

King Fong • Jun 2019


Experienced tutor! Fun class with good food. It would be much better to practice more!

Johanna Guethler • Jun 2019


Andi was really patience and passionate about showing us all different patterns and drawings with the latte art. He watched everyone of us individually and gave us tipps to improve our skills. We were a small group, so everyone got the chance to practice a few times. I learnt a lot of different techniques and tricks to improve my pouring technique. There was even some healthy food provided for our break. Thank you Andi

Raihan Rasheed • Apr 2019


Great Class,
Lasted 3 hrs, plenty of time to learn the techniques,
The teacher was great, really enthusiastic and you can tell he has a passion for what he does, communicated really clearly and had a very methodical way of explaining, very easy to understand, highly recommend Vincent!

Coffee workshop review by Raihan Rasheed Sydney

Charmaine Chow • Apr 2019


Our trainer Andy was definitely trying to engage us from the beginning. The class ran for the full 3.5 hours. Andy focused a lot on explaining his technique but the trade off was not getting much/any practice. There were 9 students & one machine with two steam wands so two people could practice at a time. That may sound like a fair ratio but I was surprised. In the entire duration, some people got to do up to 3 pours, others 2 and in my case 1. Baffling as it already was, I didn’t believe it was very fair as what determined the number of pours each person got to do was literally how students judged your art in a “smashout” between pairs. I agree that getting into the mindset of a being in a latte art competition (and focusing on theoretical technique) is useful, but not if we are unable to even try out the technique even once (i was given one go at the heart but not at the rosetta, free pour or even tulip after they were each explained). How different is this to watching video tutorials? Also it was established at the start that just about everyone in the class was doing this out of interest/ non professional reasons, so i really felt like there were no grounds for the lack of attempts/practice given.

Some food was provided which was a nice touch.

I came into class early and was all set up to give this class a splendid review, but the bottom line is: for 3.5 hours I only got one pour (doing a basic heart) and that’s definitely not what I paid/signed up for. And yes, I might have felt inclined not to leave such a review if everyone got the same number of tries, even if it was only 3 pours each.

Laniya Abraham • Apr 2019


The teacher was very knowledgable about what he was teaching. He was quite patient with everyone and was willing to teach each one at their own pace, in the time available. I felt the class was a bit overpriced for this session.

Amornrat Thaweekaew • Apr 2019


The teacher is really nice and friendly. The materials are good and proper for all students.

Viktoria Gallovicova • Apr 2019


The teacher was very nice, experienced and helpful. I have learnt many tricks to improve my latte art skills, which I was not aware of before. And also I have to say that cafe place looks really cool, I loved the tidiness and professionalism of the place. Thanks a lot, I really enjoyed it! :)

Coffee workshop review by Viktoria Gallovicova

Davide Aglieri • Mar 2019


Useful, easy and funny workshop, basic theory everybody should know about before starting. I found all the class very interesting, a good balance between theory and practice. Sure in 3 hours you don't learn how to be a latte art master, but it's good for building up the basis to rely on.
The teacher is a champ. He really wants to help and he was absolutely available for any issue or question.

Latte Art Workshop review by Davide Aglieri

Brahminy Rusten • Mar 2019


The class was amazing learn’t so much and would highly recommend it. The teacher is great and I now have a higher appreciation of coffee and latte art.

Coffee workshop review by Brahminy Rusten

Chintia Wikanti • Mar 2019


The teacher “Andy” he is explaining very well , he is very good teacher.
The ambience was nice , clean and homey .
The value of money of the course is good, compared with other place is not too expensive.
They provide dinner that I didn’t expect that before :) (very nice).
The equipment is provided by the place and they have incredible coffee machine and different varieties of milk jugs.

Coffee workshop review by Chintia Wikanti

Ryan Cruickshank • Mar 2019


Andy was a kind and informative teacher. Good value for the money. The place is cool.

Julian Pogrebizhsky • Feb 2019


The teacher was just extremely knowledgeable however for the whole 3.5hrs we only attempted 1 cup of latte art, very disappointed about that.

Maggie VI • Feb 2019


Andy’s teaching method was easy to understand and allowed us lots of time to harness and practice our technical skills with his expertise guidance. The class was interactive and fun - I especially enjoyed the “latte art smackdown!” Would recommend this class for both beginners as well as those with more experience looking to fine tune their skills.

Coffee workshop review by Maggie VI Sydney

Bar Amsalem • Feb 2019


The teacher was good, the environment was funny and great.
Anyway I came to improve my latte art skills and it was theoretical and less practical ~ used actual milk just twice during 3.5 hrs. So if you're about to learn about the theoretical latte art this is the place for you.
For me it wasn't the best value for money anyway but nice experience.

Chris Walker • Jan 2019


This workshop focused very heavily on the technique for pouring latte art, including details on the scientific aspect of how and why heated milk can be used to create designs. While this was useful information, it took quite a long time to explain and the instructor tended to repeat the same points multiple times. The workshop is advertised as needing no prior experience, however the first thing the instructor mentioned was that it would have been beneficial if people had attended the "Espresso Workshop" before attending this one.

We practised the techniques with water, which was a good idea as it allowed us to continue practising and adjusting our hand and arm movements (and the floor ended up getting quite wet!). However, after the introduction, explanations and water practise, no one actually got to touch milk until 7.30pm.

The workshop teaches three key designs, considered the building blocks of all latte art. We learnt the first of these designs before having a break (where we were fed some very tasty food!) but there was so little time left after the break that we had to rush through the other two designs. There were 10 students in the workshop, and all up over the 3.5 hours each student only got to attempt pouring with real milk and coffee once.

The instructor was very knowledgeable and skilled and had a warm and friendly approach. He made everyone feel welcomed and safe to just give it a go. The venue was good, although with everyone crowded around one machine I don't think it would be so comfortable with any more than 10 people. Overall the course achieved what I was looking for - to gain some knowledge of latte art so that I can go away and practise on my own. I do think it could benefit from a bit more structure though, to give students more chances to try out what they're learning.

Daniel Greenaway • Jan 2019


This was a Christmas gift to me from two of my sons who also joined me. We are not barristers or involved in a café but just coffee lovers. Our teacher was Andy Liu. He was great. His knowledge and tips were well received and enjoyed by all. The venue was very good and the 3 hours we had was well spent. Driving home we were talking about what workshop will we do next with Andy.

Catherine Arkoudis • Nov 2018


Vincent was great! He has certainly done a lot of analyzing of coffee and latte art and it shows in his work and his teaching. I enjoyed learning from him as he has a true passion for it and they are the best people to learn from. The main thing I learnt was what my bad habits are and how to correct them, which is what I wanted to get out of it.

Latte Art Workshop review by Catherine Arkoudis

Matthew Catalano • Oct 2018


The teacher was amazing and very knowledgeable on all aspects of latte art and showed the class the 3 basic shapes: Heart, Tulip and Rosetta. The lessons were broken down in a very technical way which I found useful for practice and further development. We were trained on cup grip, milk jug grip and alignment, pouring technique like the angle of the cup, speed of pour, placement of pour etc. and milk steaming techniques.

All materials were provided and were of high quality with a range of milk jug sizes and shapes combined with a high tech commercial coffee machine.

The venue was inside the Roastville Coffee shop itself and it had a very earthy, chilled feel and was very clean with food provided half way through the course.

Value for money is subjective and I would say depends on how passionate you are about latte art. In this class, you're not just given a milk jug for 3 hours and aimlessly playing around but you are step by step trained in all aspects of pouring art and given expert tips from a barista champion and for me is priceless value.



Coffee workshop review by Matthew Catalano

Mirella Assoni • Jul 2018


I gained a lot of knowledge and practice mr Andy liu was the best trainer i will give him 5 stars and looking forward for more classes with Andy

Kailey O'Loughlan • Jul 2018


Andy was an awesome teacher - really funny and knowledgeable. He is amazing at what he does and we were in awe. The space is great and the coffee is delicious. We were provided with pizza as our light meal which was very tasty! There was a lot of hands on practice (with water) but it was great to have someone of his calibre show us the techniques. There are a few things that prevented me from giving five stars though. On Classbento it says that class sizes range from 1 - 6 students however we had 15 crowded around 1 machine which was okay when using the water for practicing but our class went 30 minutes overtime due to waiting for everyone to have a turn which actual milk. Also on Classbento it says you receive a gift bag which we did not get. I asked the owner on our way out and he said that it was a mistake. Overall a fun night with a lot of laughs and great company!

Coffee workshop review by Kailey O'Loughlan Sydney

Rocky Huang • Jul 2018


Andy was very informative and precise in helping us improve our milk frothing and pouring techniques. The classes could have been smaller as we were pressed for time and having more machines handy would have been good.

Latte Art Workshop review by Rocky Huang

Fred Huynh • Apr 2018


Teacher were helpful and professional. Workshop were lacking of some advanced latte arts technique which i would love to learn.

Cameron • Apr 2018


Skilled barista demonstrating and teaching competition grade habits, great value for price.

Latte Art Workshop review by Cameron Sydney

Zahraa • Apr 2018


Venue and facilities were great and very modern. However I felt there was a lot of theory and not enough time allocated to put these skills into physical practice.

Coffee workshop review by Zahraa
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