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Introduction to Espresso Coffee Making

Introduction to Espresso Coffee Making

2022 Semester 1 Recreation Programme - Registrations open on the 24th January 3pm.

Please note, Clubs and Socs is now operating under the COVID Protection Framework, you must be able to provide your vaccine pass on arrival to our building and recreation programme courses. 

Introduction to Espresso Coffee Making

OVERVIEW

This course is offered in conjunction with the awesome local coffee legends, Common Ground Espresso.  We limit numbers on this productive and interesting course to four students in order to maximise value for all involved, it's very much about hands-on learning.  


WHAT TO EXPECT

Over the two-hour session, students will cover the Common Ground training goals. These goals are to understand:

•Coffee Heritage

•demonstrate Knowledge of Espresso Hardware

•demonstrate Knowledge of Coffee Roasting Process and,

•prepare and Present Espresso Coffee.

These goals aim to combine knowledge of coffee heritage and espresso hardware with practical coffee training. Students will have the opportunity to observe a coffee bean roast and develop an overall understanding of espresso coffee from bean to cup.

Please note this course is not accredited.


Common Ground Expresso

STREAM 1: ESPRESSO COFFEE MAKING Wednesday 4:30-6:30pm 1 session starting 16th March 2022
Ending 16th March 2022
Fee: $55.00 Bring PLEASE NOTE: You will be responsible for your own transport to and from the venue.
Common Ground Espresso, Unit 11, 4 Strathallan Street, Strathallan Industrial Estate, Dunedin (across the road from Courier Post)
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STREAM 2: ESPRESSO COFFEE MAKING Wednesday 4:30-6:30pm 1 session starting 18th May 2022
Ending 18th May 2022
Fee: $55.00 Bring PLEASE NOTE: You will be responsible for your own transport to and from the venue.
Common Ground Espresso, Unit 11, 4 Strathallan Street, Strathallan Industrial Estate, Dunedin (across the road from Courier Post)
Sorry, this stream is full