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Coffee Origins and Brewing Fundamentals 9408D

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Coffee is one of the top traded commodities in the world. Specialty coffee sales are increasing by 20% per year and the craft of coffee is growing in popularity and innovation. Deciding what bag of coffee or drink to purchase can be challenging and intimidating. This course will strengthen your knowledge of coffee by providing a forum for the home brewer, coffee enthusiast, and coffee professional to learn the basics of the coffee industry.  Gain an understanding of the origins, production processes, growing regions, and coffee varietals. Students will learn to define the flavor wheel in order to develop their pallet and identify the key elements that are crucial in all brewing methods. This course is a stepping stone for individuals to expand their coffee knowledge and become confident with any coffee purchase made. Coffee sampling will be held every class. 

We have student parking in level P2 located underground at the Cesar E Chavez Campus at 1901 Main Street. To access the underground parking, head south on Main St. and turn right into the driveway behind the campus.  We also have a parking structure located at 1902 National Ave. Permits are required for both places.Parking permits are $20 and are available at the campus. Parking permits are not required for Saturday classes.

Class Details

4 Sessions
Weekly - Sat

Cesar Chavez Campus,Rm.218,1901 Main St., CA 92113

Adriana Uriostegui 



Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
9/8/2018 - 9/29/2018 Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM San Diego, Cesar Chavez Campus,Rm.218,1901 Main St., CA 92113  Map Adriana Uriostegui