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Home Barista Course

Unit 7 Taggarts Yard, 18 Meetinghouse Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim, BT53 6JN
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Is it time to raise your coffee game at home? Whether you have an automatic bean-to-cup machine or a cafetiere, you can learn how to make that perfect coffee for friends, family and yourself with local producers, Causeway Coffee. On this initial three hour course you'll learn:

• Coffee varieties from around the world and why they're different
• How to taste and recognise a good coffee.
• Setting up your equipment from grinders to machines. There will be a variety of equipment but you can also bring your own if you wish.
• Making coffee in different ways
• Latte Art and steaming milk to perfection
• Maintenance of your coffee equipment

There will also be a Q&A session, should you have any more questions for the experts!

Held at the unit in Taggarts Yard, Ballymoney. Entrance located at back left of Lidl car park.

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