Coffee Personality Tasting
Jan
5
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Personality Tasting

What coffee personality are you? Are you a bright and juicy Ethiopian or a dark and earthy Sumatran? In this class we will taste coffees from various coffee origins around the world and discuss (and taste) the distinct flavor characteristics of each region. You will begin to learn what flavor characteristics you prefer so you can confidently order your next best cup of coffee.

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Espresso Class
Jan
8
6:00 PM18:00

Espresso Class

Do you enjoy espresso? Are you a home barista and get inconsistent results? This class will open your mind to the wonderful (and often frustrating) nuances of pulling the perfect espresso shot. You'll learn exactly what factors are involved in making delicious espresso - beans, water, tamping, grind size, pressure, weight and time.  We'll pull under-extracted shots, over-extracted shots and shots that are just perfect. And you'll even get hands on experience, using our beautifully classic La Marzocco espresso machine. 

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Coffee Cupping
Jan
12
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Cupping

Coffee cupping is the official, industry standard process for tasting coffees. Cupping is used to assess tastes and aromas of coffees during sourcing and roasting. We'll start the class by fine tuning our sensory organs - smelling common items to prepare for the finesse of coffee tasting. We will then take you step by step through the cupping process - smelling, breaking the crust and slurping some of our current coffee offerings. We'll show you how we use a tasters flavor wheel to assist us in picking out notes every time we welcome a new coffee to our shop. You'll leave this class better prepared to pick out all the delicious notes that can be found in a single, flavor-complex cup of coffee.

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Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class
Jan
22
6:00 PM18:00

Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class

Do you want to learn how to get velvety smooth milk in your latte? Have you always wanted to try your hand at latte art? In this class you'll get hands on experience learning how to do both. We'll take you through the steps of steaming milk to perfection and then show you some ways to pour it to make pretty designs. 

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Brewing Basics
Jan
26
2:00 PM14:00

Brewing Basics

Brewing a good cup of coffee shouldn't be difficult. A focus on four main variables will generally ensure a positive result (coffee, water, ratio, time). We will discuss each of the variables and demonstrate brewing techniques for pour-over, French press, drip and Aeropress. We will sample properly brewed coffee, and we'll get a little taste of some not-so-properly brewed coffee (for perspective). Participants will leave the class with a better understanding of how to brew a great cup of coffee at home.

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Espresso Class
Feb
5
6:00 PM18:00

Espresso Class

Do you enjoy espresso? Are you a home barista and get inconsistent results? This class will open your mind to the wonderful (and often frustrating) nuances of pulling the perfect espresso shot. You'll learn exactly what factors are involved in making delicious espresso - beans, water, tamping, grind size, pressure, weight and time.  We'll pull under-extracted shots, over-extracted shots and shots that are just perfect. And you'll even get hands on experience, using our beautifully classic La Marzocco espresso machine. 

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Coffee Personality Tasting
Feb
9
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Personality Tasting

What coffee personality are you? Are you a bright and juicy Ethiopian or a dark and earthy Sumatran? In this class we will taste coffees from various coffee origins around the world and discuss (and taste) the distinct flavor characteristics of each region. You will begin to learn what flavor characteristics you prefer so you can confidently order your next best cup of coffee.

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Coffee Cupping
Feb
16
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Cupping

Coffee cupping is the official, industry standard process for tasting coffees. Cupping is used to assess tastes and aromas of coffees during sourcing and roasting. We'll start the class by fine tuning our sensory organs - smelling common items to prepare for the finesse of coffee tasting. We will then take you step by step through the cupping process - smelling, breaking the crust and slurping some of our current coffee offerings. We'll show you how we use a tasters flavor wheel to assist us in picking out notes every time we welcome a new coffee to our shop. You'll leave this class better prepared to pick out all the delicious notes that can be found in a single, flavor-complex cup of coffee.

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Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class
Feb
19
6:00 PM18:00

Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class

Do you want to learn how to get velvety smooth milk in your latte? Have you always wanted to try your hand at latte art? In this class you'll get hands on experience learning how to do both. We'll take you through the steps of steaming milk to perfection and then show you some ways to pour it to make pretty designs. 

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Brewing Basics
Feb
23
2:00 PM14:00

Brewing Basics

Brewing a good cup of coffee shouldn't be difficult. A focus on four main variables will generally ensure a positive result (coffee, water, ratio, time). We will discuss each of the variables and demonstrate brewing techniques for pour-over, French press, drip and Aeropress. We will sample properly brewed coffee, and we'll get a little taste of some not-so-properly brewed coffee (for perspective). Participants will leave the class with a better understanding of how to brew a great cup of coffee at home.

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Espresso Class
Mar
5
6:00 PM18:00

Espresso Class

Do you enjoy espresso? Are you a home barista and get inconsistent results? This class will open your mind to the wonderful (and often frustrating) nuances of pulling the perfect espresso shot. You'll learn exactly what factors are involved in making delicious espresso - beans, water, tamping, grind size, pressure, weight and time.  We'll pull under-extracted shots, over-extracted shots and shots that are just perfect. And you'll even get hands on experience, using our beautifully classic La Marzocco espresso machine. 

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Coffee Personality Tasting
Mar
9
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Personality Tasting

What coffee personality are you? Are you a bright and juicy Ethiopian or a dark and earthy Sumatran? In this class we will taste coffees from various coffee origins around the world and discuss (and taste) the distinct flavor characteristics of each region. You will begin to learn what flavor characteristics you prefer so you can confidently order your next best cup of coffee.

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Coffee Cupping
Mar
16
2:00 PM14:00

Coffee Cupping

Coffee cupping is the official, industry standard process for tasting coffees. Cupping is used to assess tastes and aromas of coffees during sourcing and roasting. We'll start the class by fine tuning our sensory organs - smelling common items to prepare for the finesse of coffee tasting. We will then take you step by step through the cupping process - smelling, breaking the crust and slurping some of our current coffee offerings. We'll show you how we use a tasters flavor wheel to assist us in picking out notes every time we welcome a new coffee to our shop. You'll leave this class better prepared to pick out all the delicious notes that can be found in a single, flavor-complex cup of coffee.

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Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class
Mar
19
6:00 PM18:00

Latte Art & Milk Steaming Class

Do you want to learn how to get velvety smooth milk in your latte? Have you always wanted to try your hand at latte art? In this class you'll get hands on experience learning how to do both. We'll take you through the steps of steaming milk to perfection and then show you some ways to pour it to make pretty designs. 

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Brewing Basics
Mar
23
2:00 PM14:00

Brewing Basics

Brewing a good cup of coffee shouldn't be difficult. A focus on four main variables will generally ensure a positive result (coffee, water, ratio, time). We will discuss each of the variables and demonstrate brewing techniques for pour-over, French press, drip and Aeropress. We will sample properly brewed coffee, and we'll get a little taste of some not-so-properly brewed coffee (for perspective). Participants will leave the class with a better understanding of how to brew a great cup of coffee at home.

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