Imitation Latte Art & Quick Remedy For Cough

Bird of Paradise - Latte Art? No! This is an imitation art made using honey and yeshtimadhu, an ayurvedic medicine for cough.
Bird of Paradise – Imitation Latte Art
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We all are familiar with Latte Art or Coffee art. Are you thinking that I was busy with this for all these days? Not at all! Almost freezed on Saturday and Sunday here at Pune with temperature as low as 7.8°C! And I was ill again 🙁 No proper sleep for last two nights for me and didn’t allow Venu to sleep properly too 🙁 And this time we caught the culprit, Nagpur Orange! Doctors here suggest not to touch oranges if your body easily catches cold and cough. Now I am recovering using the medicine which I have presented as latte art 🙂

Quick home remedy for Cough

Am I crazy? Ha haa 😀 But, it is true that this is a mixture of 1 spoonful of Madhu (honey) and a pinch of Jyeshtamadhu (Yeshtimadhu).  It looks like coffee. This Ayurvedic medicine is the best for cough that can be given to small babies too. This clears the breathing passage within 30minutes. More effective when taken for every 30-60minutes in small proportions, just as less as 0.2ml.
And if this mixture is kept for 15minutes, it settles with Jyeshtamadhu on the top forming an off white layer! My creative brain started to work 😀 and the result is what you can see as imitation latte art 🙂 I had seen only photographs of Coffee Art, using some common sense, these artworks are formed 🙂 I am sure, I am 100% crazy! 😀
Lord ganesha - Latte Art? No! This is an imitation art made using honey and yeshtimadhu, an ayurvedic medicine for cough.
Lord Ganesha – Imitation Latte Art
Heart - Imitation latte art This is an imitation art made using honey and yeshtimadhu, an ayurvedic medicine for cough.
Sweet Heart – Imitation Latte Art
There are many more creations of Imitation Latte Art. Will share some of them in the next post.

Please Note: Doctor’s advice is a must before taking any medicine

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About Sindhu

A nature lover and dreamer who expresses herself as an artist, fashion designer and blogger. Persued B.Sc fashion design at Karavali College (Mangaluru University 2003 - 2006) with first rank. Former lecturer for fashion designing at Gloria College, Puttur for five years (2006-2011). Blogger since 2013.


  1. I have always wondered on how actually, people do this coffee art 😀

  2. Hope you have recovered and back to normal now. Nice photos. Can you tell me the English word for Jyeshtamadhu?

  3. I haven't made a study, but I guess, they sprinkle coffee powder over prepared coffee and then they disturb it with a spoon or some other tools to make a design. Thanks for leaving your comment! It is valuable!

  4. Recovering fast after using this medicine and had a sound sleep for almost 5 hours 🙂 Thanks a lot for your concern and compliment for the photos 🙂 Jyeshtamadhu or Yashtimadhu is called as Liquorice or Licorice in English. Please read more here:

  5. Wow.. The latte art looks great Sindhu and love the way you have pictured them with flowers on the side. Great remedy for cough . Will definitely try 🙂 brr.. Pune weather at 7 degrees must be freezing! Stay warm 🙂

  6. Nice attempt especially the heart one:) I remember seeing that once while in CCD.

  7. Wow….really great art work. For few moments I thought this was painting drawn by you. After reading above comments, I did take a closer look…..this is great work. I am impressed with your art work! good job

  8. Truly 'WOW' Sindhu, but sad to hear you were not keeping well.
    Hope you are doing fine now.

  9. It looks so cute! You must put up a DIY tutorial soon! Hope you are doing well now 🙂

  10. Thats genius work !

  11. Ah! That is seriously wow! I have sinus, so I'm a frequent victim of this problem. Will surely try this!
    I hope you are keeping well now 🙂

  12. Thank you Pallavi! I am glad you like the pictures 🙂 Yes, it is a must try medicine, but, be careful of the dosage. Thanks for the concern dear 🙂

  13. Welcome to my art world Nevin! Thanks for the compliments 🙂

  14. Thank you Rajeshji! Your words always inspires me 🙂 Thank you very much!

  15. Thank you so much for your compliment and wishes Indrani! I am feeling better now 🙂

  16. Thank you Khushboo… Hearty welcome to my art world 🙂 Its a great idea! Will surely think of 🙂 Thanks again!

  17. Thanks a lot Paresh! So kind of you!

  18. Thank you Bhavya! I am recovering now 🙂 I am not sure if Jyeshtamadhu is good for sinus. Read somewhere and tried: when nose blocks or sinus areas pain, just press your thumb in between your eyebrows. You will feel relaxed within a minute.

  19. I had seen a video in Whatsapp about the coffee latte art and this looks real neat. I cannot believe that's not coffee:) I hope your cough and cold has subsided now.

  20. I wish to learn this art. Very nice & creative too. First I thought its coffee by viewing the image then I was surprised when I read the post. It is the best home remedy for treating cough. Hope you are doing well now!! Take care 🙂 One question is that a backside of the bowl in the picture ?

  21. Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for your kind words Prasanna! Thanks! Yes, I am recovering 🙂

  22. Thanks for your sweetest compliments dear! Have you tried Jyeshtamadhu? yes, it is the best and recovering very fast 🙂 He he 😀 You got it right? It is the back side of a bowl 🙂

  23. I have been turning to Jyeshtamadhu too whenever I am down with a cough 🙂 Its a winner 🙂

  24. Thanks for the home remedies. Will try out as it is cold season over here.

  25. They actually pour the steamed milk into the coffee to make designs. It's quite fascinating to watch. I've been trying and failing miserably 😀

  26. It looks ridiculously real! I'd love to prank a coffee-addict with this and then run for my life 😉 (If someone did this to me, I'd kill them)

  27. Hi Superb! very creative 🙂

    Get well soon!

  28. Get well soon Sindhu 🙂 also this looks so professional the art you've made. very well done. also i really like how you've tkane pictures of it.

  29. Coffee and Art…whoa !!!! was reading your blog with a different perspective…
    Totally bowled over with your creativity..
    Get well Soon 🙂

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  31. How very creative! I have seen this in foreign countries but never in India! And that too when down with flu. This is brilliant work, Sindhu! Really. Kudos to you and get well soon! 🙂

  32. Then I must watch it once! Thanks for the info and welcome to my small art world Surya! I usually search Google to find out what is what. But, didn't do that this time. May be only to meet you!

  33. Yes, it is the saviour! I had tried Alopathy, it was not as effective as Jyeshtamadhu. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your words here 🙂

  34. wow! amazing. very creative !!

  35. Yes I have tried Jyeshtamadhu. My mother used to prepare this for me when I was small. 🙂

  36. With pleasure Fayaz Sir! Definitely this works 🙂

  37. Ha haa 😀 Thank you!

  38. Thank you Ankita! So nice of you!

  39. Thank you for the appreciation Aditi 🙂 Glad you like the photos 🙂 Thanks for the concern 🙂

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