South Korean barista Lee Kang-bin is pioneering “CreamArt” by drawing intricate designs on the layer of steamed milk that sits atop a coffee. South Korea is a new hub for the latte art scene with a per capita coffee consumption that has almost doubled since 1990 according to the International Coffee Organisation.
The delicate artistry takes him 15 minutes to complete and the coffees are sold for 10,000 won (£6.74) a cup at his shop “Café C. Through” in Seoul. Mr Kang-bin has been brewing coffee since he was 17 years old. He began making coffee while completing his compulsory military service and decided to buy his own machine and open a café for other soldiers in his camp.
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