Latte art – you’ve either mastered it, or you likely want to…
Whether you’re a pro or a complete novice, chances are you’ve sat and watched a video or two (or twenty – no judgment here!) of someone pouring a swan or a tulip like it’s no big deal (how do they make it look so easy?) There’s no denying it… it’s pretty addictive. And while practice indeed makes perfect, without the right kit when it comes to your pitcher of choice, you’re going to struggle to get that pour perfected!
Fellow always bring their A-game when it comes to design. You might think, ‘how different can a pitcher really look’ but from an aesthetic point of view, Eddy really does stand out and is up there in the style stakes with Brewista’s Nasty Jug by Irvine Quek. With a choice of ‘polished’ or ‘graphite’ finishes, there’s one for all preferences. Eddy boasts a sharp and strong silhouette that’s sure to enhance your home brewing station.
And as always, Fellow’s design prowess doesn’t just stop with aesthetics. Eddy is functional as well as fashionable. Its defining feature is its unique sharp front crease that works in tandem with the tapered body. Unlike most other pitchers, which have a shorter spout at the top, Eddy’s sharp front crease extends all the way down the front of the pitcher. This allows for a more consistent pour rate as the milk will move steadily and smoothly down the crease from the bottom to the top – resulting in a more intuitive drawing tool.
Fellow Eddy Pitcher – designed with the latte art lover in mind
And if you were wondering how Fellow created this masterpiece for their first pitcher – you can ask the many baristas they tested it on! After consulting with baristas in cafés and latte art champions alike – every single feature of Eddy was directly impacted by those who understand the pour. Complete with measurement aids inside to avoid milk wastage and a brilliantly unique open-ended ribbon handle to enable the user to hold the pitcher in any way they like, this nifty little pitcher will have you Monet-ing your milk in no time.
So if you’re on the hunt for a new addition to your latte art tool kit, make sure to snap up Eddy – you won’t be disappointed!
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