We're going to visit four different specialty coffee houses everyone close to each other. In the first coffee house, we start with a short introduction of the coffee history while having a very special batch of coffee made in two different brewing methods. Then we head for the second coffee house to see some different tools that we can use to make a good cup of coffee, where we focus on a popular brewing method and share the things that not everyone knows-of course we proceed this with a coffee made in a uncomun brewing method- Then in the third place we'll make our own coffee with all the freedom to find out your own best recipes ;) And in the last coffee room, we have a cup tasting wating for us (like a real cup taster!) plus a demonstration of Latte Art by one of the best Barista in Portugal.
My story started ten years ago when I went to study in a Catering and Hospitality School where I found my true passion for coffee and its history. Since then I started working for Lavazza doing Latte Art and coffee demonstrations for their clients. Then I wanted to go further so I got a job in one of the best coffee shops in town to improve my knowledge. I have spent many hours on studying the origins, the growing process from seed to bean as well as the different ways of extractions. I used to work as a tour guide that I loved so much. So here I'm enjoying both passions together.
We are going to meet at these coffee shops mentioned below: -Combi coffee ( R. do Morgado de Mateus 29 ) -The bird of passage (R. do Duque de Loulé 187) -Alambique (R. Formosa 214) -C'alma (R. de Passos Manuel 44)
Umbrella in case of raining weather
You should have breakfast before this experiences. Becouse we're going to taste about seven different coffees with the same quantity of caffeine as two/three expressos.
Specialty Coffee - Morning experience