[Korea Lifestyle] Forget Latte Art because there’s “Creamart”

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Arrival or “Creamart” – Korean barista Lee Kang Bin makes amazing art out of coffee you can’t bear to drink

We are so familiar with what is known as Latte Art in recent times, where people often go cafe hopping just for the perfect instagram-worthy photo. Cafes are no longer places you enjoy a relaxing afternoon with good coffee, as expectations has pushed the coffee product up another notch.

For the ignorant like us, wikipedia tells us that latte art is a method of preparing coffee created by pouring microfoam into a shot of espresso and resulting in a pattern or design on the surface of the latte. In Korea, this Barista is making headlines with his works of art, which he calls it “Creamart”. Check it out below, and some of these may trigger ASMR.


Nearer to home in Singapore, where can you get your latte art fix? Some of these cafes may be the answer, as they not only makes beautiful coffee; but they probably serves mouthwatering food to go along as well.


Article by: James @ KAvenyou
Photos: As credited

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