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The CoffeeConnoisseurEducation covers the areas of coffee sensory, cup tasting and aroma science. It also provides knowledge about coffee cultivation and processing, coffee botany, as well as the basics of coffee preparation. The CoffeeConnoisseur gains the theoretical knowledge of the coffee chain, without going much deeper into the areas of hands-on barista or roaster activities. The CoffeeConnoisseur can, therefore, liaise between all the production and preparation issues throughout the coffee chain and provide guidance in sensory aspects.
This 6-day education program may be part of the CoffeologistEducation and includes a written exam. You will become a certified Coffee Connoisseur upon passing the exam and will be credited towards the Coffeologist Certification if you wish to obtain it by completing, also, the CoffeeCraftsmanEducation. This will be an international recognition as your name will be listed on Coffee Consulate’s Board of Coffee Alumni, which indicates that you are scientifically trained to be fit for potential coffee-related careers, namely coffee technicians, roasters, developers, trainers and executives throughout the coffee industry.
Coffee cultivation from plant to storage.Show details
Botany, coffee species, coffee varieties (lines), origin, cultivation and dispersal.Show details
Sensory Aspects of Coffee
Sensory fundamentals for describing coffee and teaching sensory methods. Influences and impacts on taste.Show details
Instruction on influencing variables in cup tasting and their impact on the flavour profile depending on disturbing factors.Show details
Information on aroma theory, working methods and descriptors. Instruction on various descriptors and classification of main and subgroups.Details ansehen
Preparing coffee using different methods. Which coffees and roasting depths are suitable for which method? What is important for each method of preparing coffee? How does the preparation method affect the taste?Show details