The following workshop ' Coffee Knowledge' is an exploration of coffee growing origins, coffee cultivation, harvesting and various processing methods and how all of these impact the flavour of what your brewing. We explore theory, taste and what is specialty coffee.
By the end of this class you will be able to:
Understand the journey of coffee and identify key steps of coffee from raw seed to roasted bean.
Identify and taste different coffees and how the journey can impact the cup.
Introduce the process of cupping coffee and through taste identify variables in the cup.
A 2-hour, non-accredited training class that is facilitated by Collingwood Coffee College Training Manager, a Certified Educator and Licensed Q grader who will provide resources for you and deliver learning with an open and comfortable approach for all to learn about coffee!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Tram #86 runs regularly to Smith Street Collingwood. Stop 18 Hodgson Street is a quick walk across the road, down Stanley Street, past Proud Mary Cafe to Wellington Street. Proud Mary Coffee Roasters (and Aunty Peg's) is across the road to your right on Wellington St.
Active parking meters are available all day on Wellington Street. $3.80 per hour or across the road it can be $10.00 per day. Parking meters are payable by coins on the spot or you can download 'pay by phone' app and use direct debit.
What can I wear?
You can wear anything comfortable and however it is important that you wear enclosed shoes. Even in the heat!
Can I update my registration information if it changes prior to the class?
Absolutely! To update simply contact the organiser email@example.com
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
You can bring the confirmation email on your smartphone or a printed copy of the confirmation email if you prefer.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Absolutely, please contact the organiser to transfer and update details firstname.lastname@example.org.