Coffee Experience Workshop at Universita del caffe della Malesia


My friend was one of the few lucky winners for Illy's Coffee Experience workshop through Timeout KL's tweeter contest. He invited me to tag along for the workshop without much hesitation. It was held at Universita del caffe della Malesia which i later found out it is a school which offers variety of coffee courses to explore or even be a master barista.

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We all learned how a prefect espresso and cappuccino are done, what is the most suitable ingredients to use,the difference of coffee beans, how to enjoy a cup of coffee and the most interesting of all, be able to make our own cappuccino.

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The different types of coffee beans

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One of the most important note for all coffee lovers is to remember not to buy coffee in powdered form because aromas only last a few minutes in powdered form.

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Besides that, we also learned how to differentiate a perfect espresso

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The variety of equipments they have at the school

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Breaking down every important component of a coffee machine

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The master barista of the day, teaching us how to make a cup of perfect cappuccino and also demonstrating the amazing coffee arts which can be done in a few minutes and i can bet he will win any girls attention serving these coffees.

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And the most highlighted coffee art of all,

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Angry Birds!

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Universita del caffe is around the world to educate the world about coffees


A big thank you to my friend, Jovi for the invitation to this workshop, Timeout KL for organizing this and Universita del caffe della Malesia for teaching us all the knowledge they can.


More pictures available on CCC's facebook page



Illy (Dr. Ernest Illy) invented the first automatic espresso machine.




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5 comments:

Isaac Tan said...

sweet! must have been a great experience ! :)

Nikel Khor said...

Look pro

Euniceee said...

*Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww* So cute !! How did he do it?

QueriesonFoodsandHealth said...

Wow! I definitely love coffee. These coffee designs are so cool and I guess, they are also very delicious in taste. Whew! i absolutely envy you, since you experience to learn how to really make a cappuccino. Love to be on that workshop.

Thanks for sharing,
Peny@nurse scrubs

prolix said...

Good information on this blog. Also, it is really nice to listen all your words. Thanks for sharing this.
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