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Gourmet Coffee Tasting

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 13:17:17 +0000

When: Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 9:00 AM - Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 11:30 AM (EDT) Where: Troubadour Coffee Roasters21380 Lorain RdFairview Park, OH 44126 Hosted By: Troubadour Coffee Roasters My name is Tony DiCorpo. I am a coffee roaster, baker, barista, trainer and coffee business consultant. I have authored many articles on coffee and the coffee business. I have been featured in numerous industry magazines such as Fresh Cup and Specialty Coffee Retailer as well as via local Cleveland media such as Fox 8's New Day Cleveland, Pressure Life Magazine, Cleveland Magazine and the Plain Dealer. I have over 14 years experience in the coffee business and over 20 years of extensive experience in business. I own Troubadour Coffee Roasters, a coffee bar and micro roastery, Bella Verde Coffee Traders, a green coffee importing & wholesale roasting company and Cafe Consultants, a training and consulting company for the coffee industry. We are located in Fairview Park, Ohio. Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gourmet-coffee-tasting-tickets-15830446291?aff=rss Event Details: Please note! If you do not see a convenient date to attend, check back here often. We add dates about 3-4 weeks in advance or as current dates fill up. Seats are limited to 10 attendees per seating. We offer our coffee tastings on Saturdays (1-2 times per month) from 9a-11:30a. If you still have questions, feel free to call (216) 370-3262 or email tonydicorpo at gmail.com. Thanks! Gourmet Coffee Tasting - 2 hrs - $39.00 Did you ever wonder why your store bought coffee usually needs cream and sugar to drink it?  Did you know your current coffee is likely stale?  Did you know that high quality Arabica coffee stands excellent on its own if it's roasted and brewed correctly?  Have you ever drunk coffee grown on a single farm in El Salvador where we can tell you the producer's name?  What about coffee from a multi-farm co-op in Kenya that is processed at an organic wet mill?  What about a coffee that is mild with a big body and tastes honey sweet without adding sugar? Did you ever wonder what makes a Colombian coffee taste different than a Yemeni coffee?  Well this is your chance!  We will brew several coffee origins, taste them and discuss why they taste as they do.  We will also discuss coffee in general, origins, processing and how it all affects flavor. Too much coffee today is latent with sugar, cream, heavy syurpy flavors, man-made sweeteners or all of the above so you can't even taste the coffee; it's just a big cup of sugar.  We are different than most coffee shops as we focus on the coffee; top quality coffee at that.  Excellent coffee has natural flavors that develop as the coffee cools.  Some coffee is fruity, some is nutty, some is creamy, some is all of these, and some is just plain smooth.  Excellent coffee is not bitter or burnt.  Why not try some that is perfect on its own?  Our whole purpase is to offer you a product you do not have to fix in order to drink it. Let us allow you to rethink your coffee. Please call me (Tony) at (216) 370-3262 or email tonydicorpo at gmail.com if you have any questions.  If you have a group of 8 or more wanting to purchase tickets, please contact us to talk about a private tasting. **Please be sure you are intending to book 'Gourmet Coffee Tasting'.  Some of our events look the same but are in fact different. [...]



1 Day Manual Brewing Skills

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:17:15 +0000

When: Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 5:00 PM (EDT) Where: Troubadour Coffee Roasters/Cafe Consultants21380 Lorain RdSte 101Fairview Park, OH 44126 Hosted By: Troubadour Coffee Roasters My name is Tony DiCorpo. I am a coffee roaster, baker, barista, trainer and coffee business consultant. I have authored many articles on coffee and the coffee business. I have been featured in numerous industry magazines such as Fresh Cup and Specialty Coffee Retailer as well as via local Cleveland media such as Fox 8's New Day Cleveland, Pressure Life Magazine, Cleveland Magazine and the Plain Dealer. I have over 14 years experience in the coffee business and over 20 years of extensive experience in business. I own Troubadour Coffee Roasters, a coffee bar and micro roastery, Bella Verde Coffee Traders, a green coffee importing & wholesale roasting company and Cafe Consultants, a training and consulting company for the coffee industry. We are located in Fairview Park, Ohio. Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1-day-manual-brewing-skills-tickets-43455397263?aff=rss Event Details: 1 Day (7 hrs) - Crop to Cup Fundamentals + Manual Brewing Skills 8a-5p $345 per person Each class module is focused on a particular area to give the student a foundation to perfect their techniques.  Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, to take notes in and to keep. Crop to Cup Fundamentals Dedicated to learning where coffee comes from with a crop to cup discussion, complete with visuals where the student will learn the fundamentals of coffee. It will give each student a chance to understand coffee cultivation, where it is grown, plant species, varietals, seed processing, roasting, brewing and how it all relates to flavor in the final cup. We will later apply these principals to Manual Coffee Brewing Skills with a hands-on approach. This is literally a seed to cup interaction that will immerse the student into the coffee culture. Included in this class are: The history of coffee Origins Production: harvesting and processing Acids and acidity and how this affects flavor Defects and green grading Terminology Tasting and much more Manual Brewing Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of manual coffee brewing techniques. Students will learn how to properly dose, grind and brew Specialty grade coffees and understand what they should taste like. Students will have a hands-on approach with pour over and French press brew methods and learn the difference between each and how it relates to extraction and flavor profile. Included in this class are: Manual Coffee Brewing Methods, Techniques and Equipment: Hands-on lab: Pour over and French press Proper coffee grind for each method Water to coffee ratio Specific brewing method for a specific coffee for optimum flavor Water Quality Proper Coffee Storage Equipment Maintenance and Cleaning $345.00 pp. Reservations are required through this site, Eventbrite. Booking abilities will be closed 14 days before the scheduled class so we can properly staff our own shop so be certain you register prior to this cutoff. All workshops have limited seating. *Classes & class content subject to change without notice. [...]



1 Day Espresso and Milk Skills

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:22:12 +0000

When: Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 5:00 PM (EDT) Where: Troubadour Coffee Roasters/Cafe Consultants21380 Lorain RdSte 101Fairview Park, OH 44126 Hosted By: Troubadour Coffee Roasters My name is Tony DiCorpo. I am a coffee roaster, baker, barista, trainer and coffee business consultant. I have authored many articles on coffee and the coffee business. I have been featured in numerous industry magazines such as Fresh Cup and Specialty Coffee Retailer as well as via local Cleveland media such as Fox 8's New Day Cleveland, Pressure Life Magazine, Cleveland Magazine and the Plain Dealer. I have over 14 years experience in the coffee business and over 20 years of extensive experience in business. I own Troubadour Coffee Roasters, a coffee bar and micro roastery, Bella Verde Coffee Traders, a green coffee importing & wholesale roasting company and Cafe Consultants, a training and consulting company for the coffee industry. We are located in Fairview Park, Ohio. Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/1-day-espresso-and-milk-skills-tickets-43454950928?aff=rss Event Details: 1 Day (7 hrs) - Crop to Cup Fundamentals + Espresso and Milk Skills 8a-5p $395 per person Each class module is focused on a particular area to give the student a foundation to perfect their techniques.  Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, to take notes in and to keep. Crop to Cup Fundamentals Dedicated to learning where coffee comes from with a crop to cup discussion, complete with visuals where the student will learn the fundamentals of coffee. It will give each student a chance to understand coffee cultivation, where it is grown, plant species, varietals, seed processing, roasting, brewing and how it all relates to flavor in the final cup. We will later apply these principals to Espresso and Milk Skills. This is literally a seed to cup interaction that will immerse the student into the coffee culture. Included in this class are: The history of coffee Origins Production: harvesting and processing Acids and acidity and how this affects flavor Defects and green grading Terminology Tasting and much more Espresso and Milk Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of espresso and milk science. Students will learn how to properly dose, tamp and pull shots of espresso and understand what they should taste like. We will also learn the basics of blending for espresso, milk texturing and stretching, proper milk temperature for beverages, proper beverage sizes and proportions, and basic latte art.  Included in this class are: Machines, Grinders and Small Wares You’ll Need Bar Layout Pulling the Perfect Shot: Demo and Hands On Steaming, Frothing and pouring for Perfection: Demo and Hands On Efficiency and consistency Milk & Espresso Lab Basic latte art Equipment Maintenance and Cleaning $395.00 pp. Reservations are required through this site, Eventbrite. Booking abilities will be closed 14 days before the scheduled class so we can properly staff our own shop so be certain you register prior to this cutoff. All workshops have limited seating. *Classes & class content subject to change without notice. [...]



3 Day Opening a Coffee Shop

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:29:38 +0000

When: Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Saturday, May 26, 2018 at 5:00 PM (EDT) Where: Troubadour Coffee/Cafe Consultants21380 Lorain RdSte 101Fairview Park, OH 44126 Hosted By: Troubadour Coffee Roasters My name is Tony DiCorpo. I am a coffee roaster, baker, barista, trainer and coffee business consultant. I have authored many articles on coffee and the coffee business. I have been featured in numerous industry magazines such as Fresh Cup and Specialty Coffee Retailer as well as via local Cleveland media such as Fox 8's New Day Cleveland, Pressure Life Magazine, Cleveland Magazine and the Plain Dealer. I have over 14 years experience in the coffee business and over 20 years of extensive experience in business. I own Troubadour Coffee Roasters, a coffee bar and micro roastery, Bella Verde Coffee Traders, a green coffee importing & wholesale roasting company and Cafe Consultants, a training and consulting company for the coffee industry. We are located in Fairview Park, Ohio. Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3-day-opening-a-coffee-shop-tickets-43452542725?aff=rss Event Details: 3 Day (approx. 21 hrs total instruction) - Crop to Cup Fundamentals + Espresso and Milk Skills + Manual Brewing Skills + New Coffee Business Owner Workshop 8a-5p each day $1195 per person Each class module is focused on a particular area to give the student a foundation to perfect their techniques.  Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, to take notes in and to keep. Crop to Cup Fundamentals Dedicated to learning where coffee comes from with a crop to cup discussion, complete with visuals where the student will learn the fundamentals of coffee. It will give each student a chance to understand coffee cultivation, where it is grown, plant species, varietals, seed processing, roasting, brewing and how it all relates to flavor in the final cup. We will later apply these principals to Espresso and Milk Skills and Manual Coffee Brewing Skills with a hands-on approach. This is literally a seed to cup interaction that will immerse the student into the coffee culture. Included in this class are: The history of coffee Origins Production: harvesting and processing Acids and acidity and how this affects flavor Defects and green grading Terminology Tasting and much more Espresso and Milk Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of espresso and milk science. Students will learn how to properly dose, tamp and pull shots of espresso and understand what they should taste like. We will also learn the basics of blending for espresso, milk texturing and stretching, proper milk temperature for beverages, proper beverage sizes and proportions, and basic latte art. Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, take notes in and to keep. If this class is taken with Manual Coffee Brewing Skills (below), the first part of day 2 is spent with extra espresso and milk lab time. Included in this class are: Machines, Grinders and Small Wares You’ll Need Bar Layout Pulling the Perfect Shot: Demo and Hands On Steaming, Frothing and pouring for Perfection: Demo and Hands On Efficiency and consistency Milk & Espresso Lab Basic latte art Equipment Maintenance and Cleaning Manual Brewing Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of manual coffee brewing techniques. Students will learn how to properly dose, grind and brew Specialty grade coffees and understand what they should taste like. Students will have a hands-on approach with pour over and French press brew methods and learn the difference between each and how it relates to extraction and flavor profile.Included in this class are: Manual Coffee Brewing Methods, Techniques and Equipment: Hands-on lab: Pour over and French press Proper c[...]



2 Day Barista Training

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:31:45 +0000

When: Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 8:00 AM - Friday, June 1, 2018 at 5:00 PM (EDT) Where: Troubadour Coffee Roasters/Cafe Consultants21380 Lorain RdSte 101Fairview Park, OH 44126 Hosted By: Troubadour Coffee Roasters My name is Tony DiCorpo. I am a coffee roaster, baker, barista, trainer and coffee business consultant. I have authored many articles on coffee and the coffee business. I have been featured in numerous industry magazines such as Fresh Cup and Specialty Coffee Retailer as well as via local Cleveland media such as Fox 8's New Day Cleveland, Pressure Life Magazine, Cleveland Magazine and the Plain Dealer. I have over 14 years experience in the coffee business and over 20 years of extensive experience in business. I own Troubadour Coffee Roasters, a coffee bar and micro roastery, Bella Verde Coffee Traders, a green coffee importing & wholesale roasting company and Cafe Consultants, a training and consulting company for the coffee industry. We are located in Fairview Park, Ohio. Register for this event now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2-day-barista-training-tickets-43452416347?aff=rss Event Details: 2 Days (approx. 14 hrs total instruction) - Crop to Cup Fundamentals + Espresso and Milk Skills + Manual Brewing Skills 8a-5p each day $645 per person Each class module is focused on a particular area to give the student a foundation to perfect their techniques.  Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, to take notes in and to keep. Crop to Cup Fundamentals Dedicated to learning where coffee comes from with a crop to cup discussion, complete with visuals where the student will learn the fundamentals of coffee. It will give each student a chance to understand coffee cultivation, where it is grown, plant species, varietals, seed processing, roasting, brewing and how it all relates to flavor in the final cup. We will later apply these principals to Espresso and Milk Skills and Manual Coffee Brewing Skills with a hands-on approach. This is literally a seed to cup interaction that will immerse the student into the coffee culture. Included in this class are: The history of coffee Origins Production: harvesting and processing Acids and acidity and how this affects flavor Defects and green grading Terminology Tasting and much more Espresso and Milk Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of espresso and milk science. Students will learn how to properly dose, tamp and pull shots of espresso and understand what they should taste like. We will also learn the basics of blending for espresso, milk texturing and stretching, proper milk temperature for beverages, proper beverage sizes and proportions, and basic latte art. Each student will receive a study manual to use in the class, take notes in and to keep. If this class is taken with Manual Coffee Brewing Skills (below), the first part of day 2 is spent with extra espresso and milk lab time. Included in this class are: Machines, Grinders and Small Wares You’ll Need Bar Layout Pulling the Perfect Shot: Demo and Hands On Steaming, Frothing and pouring for Perfection: Demo and Hands On Efficiency and consistency Milk & Espresso Lab Basic latte art Equipment Maintenance and Cleaning Manual Brewing Skills This is a hands-on approach to learning the fundamentals of manual coffee brewing techniques. Students will learn how to properly dose, grind and brew Specialty grade coffees and understand what they should taste like. Students will have a hands-on approach with pour over and French press brew methods and learn the difference between each and how it relates to extraction and flavor profile.Included in this class are: Manual Coffee Brewing Methods, Techniques and Equipment: Hands-on lab: Pour ov[...]