LATTE ART – Advanced Level

LATTE ART – Advanced Level

Class Description
  • This workshop is for advanced barista and barista preparing for Barista Competition. 
  • It focuses on the key skills required to form great designs.
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Class Duration
  • Live : 3 hours / Online : 3 hours
Tuition Fees
  • Live : Ksh5,000 / Online : Ksh4,000
  • Application Fee : Ksh2,000
  • Start your registration here
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LATTE ART – Foundation Level

LATTE ART – Foundation level

Class Description
  • This workshop is for home barista and coffee lovers. 
  • It focuses on the key skills required to foam and texture milk for cappuccinos. 
  • No previous barista experience is required for this course.
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Class Duration
  • Live : 3 hours / Online : 3 hours
Tuition Fees
  • Live : Ksh5,000 / Online : Ksh4,000
  • Application Fee : Ksh2,000
  • Start your registration here
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HOSPITALITY TRAINING – ADVANCED BARISTI

HOSPITALITY TRAINING

– ADVANCED BARISTI –

Class Description

Barista Training – advanced level    

  • For Hospitality secteur 
  • Ideal for advanced baristi who want to improve their skills 
    • coffee processes
    • grind and extraction
    • influence of the roast
    • milk quality
    • advance latte art 
    • equipment maintenance
    • customers’ service
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Class Duration
  • Live  :4 hours / Online : 4 hours
Tuition fees
  • Live : Ksh5,000 / Online : Ksh4,000
  • BIHC registration fee : Ksh2,000
  • Start your registration here!
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HOSPITALITY TRAINING – NEW BARISTI

HOSPITALITY TRAINING

– NEW BARISTA –

Class Description

Barista Training – foundation level    

  • For Hospitality secteur 
  • Ideal for new staff / baristi
    • basic history of coffee
    • basic espresso
    • basic latte art 
    • basic customers’ service
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Class Duration
  • Live  :4 hours / Online : 4 hours
Tuition fees
  • Live : Ksh5,000 / Online : Ksh4,000
  • BIHC registration fee : Ksh2,000
  • Start your registration here!
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CZARNA KAWA

 

A Drink of the Devil:
The History of Coffee in Poland

Author: Magdalena Kasprzyk-Chevriaux    – Published: Sep 29 2018

 

Poland’s relationship with coffee is a wildly surprising one. Not only are European café culture’s roots mixed up in it, but at some point the black stuff was replaced with acorns. Sounds devilish? That’s what many Poles thought. Time to put a pot on and drink in Culture.pl’s heady brew of coffee history.

One on the first coffee amateurs in Poland was King Jan III Sobieski. Legend has it that hundreds of big sacks full of coffee beans were saved by Jerzy Franciszek Kulczycki during the Siege of Vienna in 1683. Initially, coffee beans were purchased from the heretics in Turkey and imported to Poland.

The drink was considered very suspicious. Some even claimed that coffee was a devilish beverage – its dark colour was supposedly confirmation. Besides, the question was raised whether coffee, like chocolate, could be consumed during the old Polish Lent.

Jan Andrzej Morsztyn put it bluntly – coffee ‘is a devilish drink which twists the Christian face’.

In Malta, I recall, we tasted kahva, [….]  a Turkish drink, a hideous beverage like deadly poison or venom, which lets no saliva through your teeth; a Christian mouth it shall not contaminate.

But attitudes towards coffee began to change when it started to be imported to Poland from the Netherlands…

 

Read the rest of the article https://culture.pl/en/article/history-of-coffee-in-poland

 

 

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