You can’t call yourself a barista unless you can make tasty filter hand brews!
This lesson will guide you through all the fundamental variables that cause coffee to taste differently and teach you how to manipulate them for filter / hand brew coffee. It is a practical lesson and we learn the theory by experience, you will be brewing all the coffees using a v60 or Aeropress (and maybe even both!) and developing your skill and sensory ability while you learn how the variables effects the tastes, flavours and textures of the coffee.
- Evaluation Methods
- Brewing Method Definition
- Filter Recipe Standards
- Flow Rate Protocol
- Filter Brewing Equipment
- Grind Profiling
- Brew Time Standards
- Dosing Standards
- Ratio Standards
- Temperature Range
- Brew Water Analysis
- Aeropress Techniques
- v60 Techniques
- Filter Sensory Basics
If you have been brewing filter coffees and getting inconsistent results, or you want to know what to change in a recipe to get different / better results, or if you have never brewed a filter coffee before and want to get started then this is the best filter class for you join!
Tristan Michael Creswick is accredited with a CertIV Workplace Training & Assessment (AUS), SCA Professional Barista, Intermediate Brewer, Intermediate Roaster (USA)
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to control and manipulate the flavours of filter coffee by using a V60 / Aeropress and you will receive a certificate upon completion!
Lock down your seat today! *if the minimum number of participants is not met, you’ll be notified and placed in the next available class.
Cottle Coffee is also holding the same workshop on 16 & 23 June, tickets can be purchased through the following links: