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Rainbow Coffee Art Made Using Food Dye

Published 3 years ago

With coffee being such a big part of everyday life for most of us, it comes as no surprise that someone is using it to make art (not the weirdest choice of canvas we’ve seen).

You’ve probably seen a delicate coffee art before, maybe even in your mug, but you probably haven’t seen it like this. Las Vegas-based barista Mason Salisbury has put a twist on the process, colorizing his coffee drawings by adding food dyes. At first, he steams the milk which he then infuses with food dye before pouring the foam into a cup.

You can check more of Mason’s awesome work on his Instagram page.

More info: instagram (h/t: boredpanda)

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coffee, coffee art, colorful coffee art, colorful latte art, dyed coffee, dyed latte, food art, food dye, latte art, Mason Salisbury
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