After learning how to make a traditional cappuccino, you can make everything even more creative, with chocolate sprinkles, raw sugar, cinnamon or other spices, to dust on the surface of the drink. If you prefer a yummier taste, before pouring the milk, let some chocolate melt inside the espresso.
Instead, if you want to try “latte art”, we suggest to start by creating a “rosetta” on the top of your cappuccino. Gently pour the milk in half of the cup at once. At this point, start to shake the jug while moving it slightly backwards. To finish your “rosetta”, make a longitudinal movement on the design you just created going up to the center.
Now you can serve your cappuccino with a flaky croissant, as in the finest Italian tradition.