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One of Bangkok's best coffee roasters now runs workshops

Learn tips and techniques from one of the top names in town. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | May 16, 2017

  • One of Bangkok's best coffee roasters now runs workshops
    Ceresia, Silom

Local roaster Ceresia now hosts workshops at its Silom cafe to give beginners foundation knowledge about specialty coffee.

Led by roaster-owner Garin “Bret” Asavaroengchai, the three-hour session starts with a short lecture on the different types of coffee beans, coffee cultivation and cycle, bean processing, roast levels and grind sizes.

Afterwards, you get to learn hands-on about coffee flavors and aroma through basic cupping and coffee brewing skills using the filter method.

Sign up for a Thai or English class (B2,000/person with a maximum of seven people/class) at ceresiacoffee@gmail.com. Private classes are also available for a group of four or more.

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