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AROMA WORKSHOPS

The Birthplace of Coffee by Paramount Coffee Project and Technoserve with international guests Moata and Ansha

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee and a country where coffee is ingrained in the way of life the origin of, and home to, much of the world's best coffee. Coffee in Ethiopian coffee is distinctly complex; from the thousands of heirloom varieties that produce intense aromatics and flavours to the various growing regions and the way coffee is grown, processed and traded. In this workshop, two Ethiopian coffee professionals, Moata and Ansha, will talk about their country's unique coffee culture and share some high quality premium Ethiopian coffee. This is one workshop true coffee aficionados won't want to miss.

Cost: $65 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration:1.5 hours

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23 July 6pm 24 July 6pm

Cupping with ASCA and The Roasters Guild

The Roasters Guild is an official trade guild of the Australian Specialty Coffee Association (ASCA) that consists of specialty roasters dedicated to the craft of roasting quality coffee. In this workshop on cupping-the professional tasting and evaluation of coffee-you'll enjoy an introduction to the great flavours of coffee and discover the art of "slow coffee".

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration: 1 hour

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9 July 6pm 16 July 6pm 23 July 1pm

Chocolate - Bean to Bar by Cicada and Chocolarts

Artisan chocolatiers will explain where chocolate comes from, how it is made and offer chocolate samples and the opportunity to purchase your favourites. Guests include expert chocolatiers from Chocolarts and Cicada Chocolate.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration:1 hour

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9 July 1pm 16 July 1pm 25 July 12pm

Cupping 101 with ASCA

Cupping is the structured professional process of tasting coffee to reveal key flavours and faults. In this introductory course you'll taste coffees from different regions and learn about the key flavour issues and techniques that make your favourite coffee taste as it does. You'll discuss how taste and aroma create flavour, the language and expectations of flavour, why cupping protocols exist, the technique of flavour deconstruction and the art of blending.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration: 1 hour

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10 July 1pm 17 July 1pm 24 July 1pm

Brew Camp - for the Home Enthusiast by
Compagnon Coffee Co.

Learn how to brew great coffee at home using a variety of manual brew methods with a focus on 'pour over coffee' brewing. Brew your own single origin coffees and take away information to perfect the methods at home. This workshop will also look at brew theory and the right coffee roasts and equipment to pick. Brew equipment packs will be available for purchase at the end of the class and all attendees with receive a brew book with methods and recipes.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration:1.5 hours

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10 July 6pm 17 July 6pm

Comparative Cupping with ASCA

Enjoy a comparative cupping of coffee from different countries and regions, as well as a 'how to cup' demonstration. You'll also learn more about the journey of coffee from bean to cup.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration: 1 hour

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11 July 12pm 12 July 12pm 18 July 12pm 19 July 12pm

Coffee Appreciation with ASCA

Gain greater insight into the history of coffee, the world's coffee growing and regions of coffee growing and how coffee is produced in this introductory workshop. You'll travel through the exotic world of coffee and learn all about the art of coffee tasting.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration: 1 hour

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11 July 3pm 18 July 3pm

Latte Art with ASCA

Learn how to create art in your latte and get information about future competitions. Hone your skills to impress your friends at home with latte art designs while you watch the industry professionals at work.

Cost: $20 per person
Location: 6-8 Atherden Street
Capacity: maximum 40 people
Duration: 1 hour

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12 July 3pm 19 July 3pm 25 July 3pm

A Guide To Home Brewing

Learn how easy, fun and satisfying it can be to make your own coffee at home even without an espresso machine. The Fine Food Store team will show you several different brewing methods, allowing you to try different brews from each and explain the pros and cons of each one. This hands-on class will cover pour-over coffee, aeropress and plunger home brewing with the team demonstrating how to control different factors such as grind, time and brew ratio to get the best result in each cup.

Cost: $65 per person
Location: Fine Food Store, Crn Kendall Lane and Mill Lane
Capacity: maximum 8 people
Duration:1.5 hours

Book via The Fine Foods Store by emailing Richard, richard@finefoodstore.com or click the below.
23 July 6pm