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Training

 

At The Heavenly Coffee Company, we are passionate about delivering the highest quality coffee.

 

We offer a wide range of training courses to help you and your staff become passionate about coffee and learn how to serve the perfect cup.

 

 


Basic Barista Skills

Aims

To ensure delegates utilise their espresso machine and equipment to deliver excellent coffee and gain an introduction to the coffee revolution.


Objectives

At the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Gain an introduction of coffee from bean to cup
  • Extract the perfect espresso
  • Understand the importance of steaming and foaming milk effectively
  • Prepare five different gourmet coffees

 

Course Contents

  • Why train baristas?
  • Understanding coffee and your chosen blend
  • Understanding your coffee grinder
  • Understanding your espresso machine
  • Making and perfecting the 'extraction time'
  • The art of 'foaming' and 'steaming' milk
  • Producing gourmet and speciality coffees
  • Cleaning and maintenance of your machine

Advanced Barista Skills/Latte Art

 

Aims

The Barista Diploma ensures delegates:

  • Utilise their espresso machine and equipment to deliver excellent coffee
  • Gain a full and comprehensive understanding of the coffee revolution
  • Identify ways to maximise these opportunities for their own business

 

Target Market

  • This course is ideal for students who have previously been on a Barista course or people who regularly operate traditional machines and want to be more proficient and/or develop their offering.

 

Objectives

At the end of this course delegates will be able to:

  • Gain an introduction to coffee from bean to cup
  • Extract the perfect espresso
  • Understand the importance of steaming ad foaming milk effectively
  • Prepare five different gourmet coffees
  • Prepare cocktails

 

Course Contents

  • Why train baristas
  • A short coffee history
  • Coffee beans explained
  • Roasting and blending
  • Understanding your coffee grinder
  • Understanding your espresso machine
  • Making and perfecting the 'extraction time'
  • The art of 'foaming' and 'steaming' milk
  • Producing gourmet and speciality coffees
  • Cleaning and maintenance of your machine

 

 

Coffee Cupping

 

Aims

To develop an understanding of different flavours and aromas within coffees from around the world.

 

Target Market

Coffee professionals and enthusiasts.

 

Objectives

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Describe six different flavours associated with coffee
  • Choose a coffee that suits your palate
  • Identify the region of origin of three different coffees

 

Course Contents

  • The story of coffee
  • What is coffee
  • Different flavours
  • World of smells
  • How to cup
  • Comparative cupping
  • Course review

 

Third Wave Coffee


Increasingly discerning customers have led to a new generation of speciality coffee. Coffee is no longer a bulk produced item. Rather, coffee is blossoming into being a refined article of taste.


The Third Wave Coffee course refers to a current movement to produce high quality coffee, and consider coffee as an artisanal foodstuff, like wine, rather than a commodity. This involves improvements at all stages of production, from improving coffee bean growing, harvesting, and processing, to stronger relationships between coffee growers and coffee traders and roasters to higher quality and fresh roasting, at times called “microroasting” (by analogy with microbrew beer), to skilled brewing.


Third Wave Coffee aspires to the highest form of culinary appreciation of coffee, so that one may appreciate subtleties of flavour, bean varietal, and growing region – similar to other complex culinary products such as wine, tea and chocolate. Distinctive features of Third Wave Coffee include direct trade coffee, high-quality beans, single origin coffee (as opposed to blends), lighter roasts of the beans and latte art. It also sometimes includes naked portafilters and revivals of alternative methods of coffee preparation, such as vacuum coffee, sometimes called “syphon” and individual drip brew.
Call our team now to book a place or email enquiries@theheavenlycoffeecompany.co.uk