My Cofi, a cafe located in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, offers an extremely artistic twist on how they make their lattes.
Just provide a picture of someone or something that you want to recreate on your latte, and this Taiwan-based coffee shop will handle the rest. They can do almost anything, from latte art of your pet to a person you really love or even a recreation of the famous painting “The Scream” by Edvard Munch.
Maybe you fancy a cup of latte with your favorite character on it such as Hatake Kakashi from the popular Japanese manga/anime series “Naruto” by Masashi Kishimoto?
Perhaps you would like something made by the legendary Japanese director, Hayao Miyazaki?
My Cofi also does latte art of famous movie scenes, like this one from “The Ring” where Sadako Yamamura crawls out of your cup instead of your television set.
Of course creepy crawlies are to be expected, because why not?
The price of a single piece of art latte at My Cofi typically ranges from 250 to 600 New Taiwan Dollars (roughly around $8.30 to $19.90), according to SoraNews24.
Created using milk foam as a canvas, the drinks are mostly created by talented baristas working at the coffee shop, but the intricate ones are made by the store manager, and it sometimes requires a reservation.
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