So you fancy yourself a pro, aye?
This three-day course dives into the deep-end of sensory analysis, and we’ll teach you everything you need to know from how to conduct an objective sensory study to how to taste and evaluate coffee to industry standards.
Not only will you take your practical tasting skills to the next level, you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of how tasting and smelling work, including their anatomical, physiological, psychological, and neurological aspects.
The Sensory Professional course can be taken with or without SCA accreditation and is the third and final step in the SCA accredited Sensory module. This course can be used towards the SCA Diploma. You need to have completed the Sensory Intermediate module in order to take this course.
Artisan Coffee School
32 New Broadway, London W5 2XA
3 Days (9:30am – 4:30pm each day)
£1,060 (With SCA Accreditation | SCA Member)
£1,140 (With SCA Accreditation | Non-SCA Member)
Max Class Size
What is a SCA Diploma?
The SCA Coffee Diploma is the most comprehensive and cost-effective way to learn and achieve the highest level of qualification within the coffee industry. Students receive points for each qualification they receive, and once they achieve the 100 points necessary, they receive their Coffee Diploma!
The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) is a nonprofit, membership-based organisation that represents thousands of coffee professionals, from producers to baristas all over the world. Built on foundations of openness, inclusivity, and the power of shared knowledge, they act as a unifying force within the specialty coffee industry – invested in creating a worldwide circle of like-minded professionals.