The workshop will start with an introduction to the History of Coffee. From the legendary goat that discovered coffee in Ethiopia to the first coffee farm.
A cup of coffee is the result of 3 characters: the farmer, the roaster, and the barista. We are going to discover step by step each of them:
The farmer. We will have a glimpse of the coffee journey from bean to cup (i.e. the coffee tree, fruit, and the process). Duration: 10-20 min
The roaster. The importance and impact roasting has on the quality of the coffee and what differentiate specialty coffee. Duration: 10-20 minutes
The barista. I will introduce different coffee beans from different regions and different methods of brewing using different coffee tools (i.e. V60, Chemex, Aeropress, Syphon, etc).
We will end with a blind coffee tasting which will be paired with bites/snacks that enhances the notes of the coffee.
PS: Win a surprise at the end of the workshop by guessing the origins of the coffee tasted.
What you need
Saturday 17 November at 10:00
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This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!
Did you know?
Add salt to bitter coffee. Salt enhances pleasant flavors while suppressing unpleasant ones, which results in less bitterness when added to coffee.
Find your way there
139 Westminster Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom
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- Coffee Origins are the first bespoke travel company specialized in the coffee culture. Brewing authentic experience for coffee lovers in Latin America, Africa and Asia Pacific, they now bring coffee lovers to the Specialty Coffee World through tours and workshops.