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Lesson details

During slow periods, you may only need to make one coffee at a time. But during peak time, you could be making numerous coffees every minute. Instead of using a separate jug for each coffee, the easiest and quickest solution is using one jug for numerous coffees.

When you prepare coffee using the one jug you don't want one coffee cup full and the next half empty. So how do you ensure you split the milk properly? It's all about managing your milk thickness or proportion of foam.

What you'll learn in the Splitting milk lesson

  • What 'splitting' milk means
  • How to split a jug of milk to make multiple coffee drinks

Who the Espresso coffee fundamentals course is for

This online course is perfect for budding baristas or someone wanting to improve their skills and knowledge behind an espresso machine.


Hugh Kelly
Hugh Kelly runs the research and development side of ONA Coffee, Canberra’s largest specialty roaster, and supplier.
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