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Barista Courses

Postby Buzzy » 21 May 2012, 13:02

When I was researching stuff to do in Sydney, Australia as part of a vactaion my hubby and I took a few months ago, I stumbled across the opportunity to take some barista/coffee art courses. We didn't end up taking them due to time, but they sound pretty fun. Have you ever taken a similar class?
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby helena » 14 Jun 2012, 01:00

Nope, but I'd like to take such kind of course, though I'm afraid I won't become a true barista - if only for myself and my family :ymblushing:
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby LucyCB » 29 Jun 2012, 00:46

It sounds fun, but I just don't need if you need this in life, if you have a good coffee machine and know how to make a decent cup of coffee.
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby helena » 24 Sep 2012, 03:15

I went to some barista courses - just a couple of days, and haven't managed to learn anything but had a lot of fun and received enormous pleasure watching real baristas doint their job.
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby lulu33 » 10 Dec 2012, 02:21

I drink coffee for myself. I don't want to show anyone else how good I am at brewing it, since enjoying my coffee is the only goal. :ymblushing:
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby michael » 30 Jan 2013, 06:43

Barista courses? It sounds an interesting idea, I am going to find out whether we have such courses here, in my town.
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby peter » 29 Apr 2013, 03:02

Barista courses are good for those who are really passionate about the coffee art and would like to make it their profession. I prefer admiring it from outside.
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Re: Barista Courses

Postby jennyffer777 » 29 Oct 2013, 05:06

Buzzy wrote:When I was researching stuff to do in Sydney, Australia as part of a vactaion my hubby and I took a few months ago, I stumbled across the opportunity to take some barista/coffee art courses. We didn't end up taking them due to time, but they sound pretty fun. Have you ever taken a similar class?


I would be glad to attend such courses. Will you please give me their coordinates?
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