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So, how to steam milk.

It’s important to realize, first of all, that you don’t steam milk any differently for latte art than you would to make a really good beverage. Again, I’m not a latte artist, I’m a barista. So, our predominant focus and our number one goal here is to make a delicious drink for our customer. So, you could view this as how to properly steam milk, period, instead of for latte art.

First thing you want to do is to get some delicious, cold milk right out of the refrigerator, as cold as you can get it without it having been frozen. And you want to pour to just under the spout in the pitcher you’re using. If you find that you have a lot of milk left over after a latte art pour, then you want to use less milk next time. Keeping your waste down is a really important step. So, if you find yourself having to pour out milk in the beginning before you pour or you have a lot of milk waste afterwards, that’s a cue for you just to use less in the first place. So, for me, for the cups we’re using, I know I need to use milk that is just under the spout here. It’s about six ounces of milk, and that’s what we’re going to wind up with at the end here. It’s a six ounce beverage. All right, so now that we have our milk in our pitcher, I’m going to throw this guy back in the refrigerator to keep it cold. And then I’d bring it over to the espresso machine.

So, the first thing that we’re gong to do is purge the wand of any condensation that’s built up before we got here. So, get all that water out. And you can do that into a rag if you don’t want to get yourself all wet. Then I’m going to position the steam wand in the pitcher just slightly off-center so that it’ll push the milk in a whirlpool in the center of the pitcher. What this is going to do is help the larger bubbles to break down and it’ll give you control over the aeration process. Aeration is adding air to the milk to create the foam we’re looking for. So, I’m going to turn the wand all the way on and I’m only going to push air into the milk for the first couple seconds of this heating process, about until a hundred degrees. That sound should sound like paper tearing or like a chirping sound, and not like bubbles being blown in. That means you’re aerating finely enough to get very finely textured milk.

So, it looks like this. Turn the steam wand on. There’s that sound. Now, I’m going to stop. And then when the milk is too hot to touch, we’re going to turn the steam wand off. First thing we do after we’re finished steaming is wipe the wand of any milk. Purge milk out of the steam wand. And then we can look at our milk. Once we’re here, we can pop out any visible bubbles by giving it a tap on the counter. And then giving it a swirl to polish up the surface.

Now, the goal here is to wind up with milk that looks like wet paint or marshmallow fluff. If you can see any visible bubbles in the milk, you need to start over because it’s not quite as good as we want it to be. The thing we’re looking for here is called microfoam, which means it’s a very thick layer of gooey looking foam that’s going to pour really nicely. So, it should look like this really finely textured, sort of gooey thing.

And that’s how you properly texture milk.

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41 Comments
  1. raphael edward 4 months ago
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    so nice

  2. raphael edward 4 months ago
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    help me

  3. Gixxxer138 4 months ago
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    Milk unseen

  4. gig star 4 months ago
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    This video is like: i want but i don't want you to learn

  5. Eugenia Muti 4 months ago
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    I can't see anything. You should to show me inside the Pitcher

  6. Aun The Geek 4 months ago
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    I'm just supposed to imagine what he's saying?
    you had one job …

  7. Scavenger 4 months ago
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    1:35 THATS WHAT SHE SAID.

    2:40 IM VERY GOOD AT THAT😂😂

  8. PEACE 4 months ago
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    Mad

  9. Beng 01 4 months ago
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    where the heck is the foam lol

  10. cryslala03 4 months ago
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    I love this parody.

  11. Nate Sullivan 4 months ago
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    This video was not helpful at all

  12. Mahalah May 4 months ago
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    Title: How to Steam Milk | Latté Art

    Ryan: 0:13

  13. Noreen Manzano 4 months ago
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    Maybe you couldve shown the texture of the milk

  14. Bill Grow 4 months ago
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    All I learned from this video was how to hold a pitcher.. and wipe down the steam wand

  15. Siyovush Tohirov 4 months ago
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    Очень полезное выдео молодец так держать лучше аудио записал бы понятнее было бы )))

  16. Siyovush Tohirov 4 months ago
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    Hahaahahahahhaahah

  17. Jelle Dirk Schuitemaker 4 months ago
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    Im pretty sure on the milkcontainer it says: shake before use.
    I can’t stand that he doesnt shake it first

  18. Miraj Giri 4 months ago
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    Haha😂😂😂 finally I got chance to look milk at last😂

  19. Sal Lunetta 4 months ago
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    So eight seconds to steam milk?

  20. D C 4 months ago
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    Despite not seeing whats actually going on with the milk until 6 sec from the end I think it should be noted that the pressure from that machine is indicative of a commercial standard. Given it took ~8 sec to "froth" the milk, expect your average home coffee machine to take ALOT longer!

  21. ISoloI ISniperI 4 months ago
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    Horrible camera angles

  22. robhulson 4 months ago
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    “If you can see any visible bubbles…”

    I can’t see anything, period.

  23. Adrian Gonzalez 4 months ago
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    If i was you ill make all videos with no light in the room. Seriously try it!

  24. mirus 4 months ago
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    Well I guess this video is as useful as learning how to drive a truck.

  25. John Hammond 4 months ago
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    Utter shite 😂

  26. Oscar Andres Rincon Chacin 4 months ago
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    didnt show the milk… wtf?

  27. Adrian16 Venida 4 months ago
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    What kind of milk should I use?

  28. Peter Diep 4 months ago
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    Here's how you change the oil in your car… with the camera inside the car. lol… thanks but was not helpful at all

  29. malek maktar 4 months ago
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    In our country we stemming the milk into the top then we moved the bubbles

  30. daipaulig 4 months ago
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    You could have poured the milk into another cup or plate so we could have seen the texture.

  31. jacac 4 months ago
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    A very nice video, thank you a lot! (Only flaw: Fahrenheit. Nice Americans out there, start a revolution and use Celsius, the world is going to hate you less, I promise. If the British can, you can).

  32. Ahmad Bilal 4 months ago
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    I COULD NOT, FOR THE LIFE OF ME, LOOK AWAY FROM THOSE EARSSSSSS :@ :@ :@

  33. Abdulaziz-Tucson 4 months ago
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    So, how to position the wand? Are you making fun of us? You didn’t answer the question

  34. Amanda S 4 months ago
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    he's wearing the new built-in wi-fi ear buds 🙂

  35. BursaDesain 4 months ago
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    great content, thanks

  36. ciriciri 4 months ago
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    jeeeezzz I am sure that I would be a better cameraman than this guy did… smh

  37. ABHI AGGARWAL 4 months ago
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    nice

  38. Michael Corte-Real 4 months ago
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  39. hot steamy milk 4 months ago
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    and then i was born

  40. Fionn Hogan 4 months ago
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    He annoyed me

  41. CrazyCatLadyBR 4 months ago
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    What to do if only half of the pitcher becomes microfoam?
    Is it because of too much milk or do Í need to use the wand differently?

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