Thank you for booking with the Artisan Coffee School! We are obsessive about great coffee and can’t wait to get started on your course. We just thought we would send you a few more details about the course.
This lovely class will take 3 days (9:30am – 4:30pm), including a 1 hour lunch breaks.
Please come in good time to:
32 New Broadway
London W5 2XA
See more on how to find us here.
What to expect
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.
You don’t need to bring anything except for a desire to learn and drink coffee! Although, you will need to have completed the SCA Sensory Intermediate if you wish to take the SCA exam and the Sensory Intermediate should have been at least 3 months before this course.
This course can be SCA accredited with an exam. If you have selected to take the exam for the SCA accreditation then in order to be eligible to gain SCA certification, you must sign up as a Learner (for free) through the SCA website here and be familiar with your Learner Number when you attend the school. If you have any issues with this process, please contact the SCA on +44 1245 426060.
Please be aware that if you are not taking the accredited exams, your course will end an hour earlier than stated above.
Just so you’re aware, we can fully refund any course if over a week’s notice is provided. For any changes with under a week’s notice, we can happily transfer the course into someone else’s name (please inform us first) but unfortunately we can’t offer refunds. If you want a refund for a purchase made 120 days prior, we can only issue a refund in a form of a voucher.
We look forward to seeing you for this course!
The friendly team at the Artisan Coffee School