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Espresso | Exploration and tasting


If you’re a fan of espresso,  curious to know how it is made, why sometimes it tastes better than others, and the role of the barista, this it the course for you.

10 people max

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Course Schedule

  • An introduction to espresso – history, pros and cons, and the difficulties inherent in producing a good cup
  • Demystify espresso equipment, menus and beverages
  • A breakdown of the different stages of espresso drink preparation
  • An overview of various barista techniques
  • Espresso tasting, straight and with milk
  • Latte art demonstration

* If you have a machine at home or work, and you’re interested in learning how to make or improve your espresso, we recommend Espresso | Theory and technique

Please note that classes will be given in the specified language, but in keeping with the bilingual reality of Montréal, we’re happy to translate certain terms and phrases so that everyone can enjoy the experience.

Additional information


Wednesday March 28 @6:00pm (in English), Mardi 10 avril @18h00, Monday May 14 @6:00pm (in English)


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