And the Winner Is……..

1st place-#5   Justin Teisl,  student at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, with the Tipple Rosetta

2nd place-#4  also Justin Teisl.

An overwhelming majority of votes went for the flash and level of difficulty displayed by the multiple rosettas.

The Champ had this to say about his winning work of art.

“This was poured with Pacific Soy Select, stretched to about 95, final temp 150.
Poured the right leaf first, then the left, then the center, while tilting cup
in hand.”

Justin Teisl

I’ll have more details about the different soys used when I get the chance to write more.  I did not know there were so many brands, and that I have only ever used the worst one for all these years. soy winner

Many thanks to our Soy Challenge Sponsors:


    • fg
    • February 2nd, 2007

    I would really like to hear about all the different soy milks that were used, and which ones worked better than others. Soy is all I drink and I’m just learning to get the microfoam with it. Thanks for running this challenge.

  1. Thanks for the reminder. I’ll get that up as soon as possible. There were a couple brands that showed themselves to be good for frothing. It looks like Silk came out on the bottom of the stack though.

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