THE BENEFITS OF BARISTA TRAINING
To make great coffee, you need great beans and a skilled barista.
Here at Roast 440, we want to support you with more than great coffee. A good barista is needed to create great coffee and therefore essential to the success of your business so we can offer you a two-day training course, where you will receive a City & Guilds Level 2 Barista Skills accreditation.
Through a mix of both practical and theory-based learning, you will be taught:
How to craft the perfect cup of coffee, which will include an espresso, cappuccino, latte, and filter coffee. Our team of experts will be on hand to support and mentor throughout the process.
The story behind the coffee bean - how and where they are grown, processed and the bean to cup journey.
The coffee roasting process including a tour of a roastery to see it all first-hand.
The key to good customer service which includes health and safety, machine cleaning and calibration skills.
If you are interested in hearing more about our City & Guilds course, contact us.
THREE ESSENTIALS TO MAKING
Make sure the machine is clean and the workplace spotless. This not only reduces the risk of cross-contamination, it also makes the expensive machine last longer.
Every kind of coffee starts with a shot of espresso, and only great extraction allows you to make great coffee consistently.
Milk must be at the correct temperature to simplify the texturing process.
THE MOST POPULAR TYPES OF COFFEE
People are passionate about their favourite style of coffee, so it's essential to know exactly what they're ordering. Here's our at-a-glance guide.
Simply an espresso lengthened with hot water. Milk can be served on the side if requested.
A latte with chocolate mixed in.Also known as a mochaccino.
The classic concentrated ‘shot’ of coffee, made by shooting boiling water at high pressure through finely ground beans. Extraction time from start to finish is 20-30 seconds.
Take an espresso, add steamed milk and finish with foamed milk. Stronger than a latte because there's less milk.
A traditional milky drink made by lengthening espresso with textured steamed milk.
A shorter, stronger version of a latte. Typically half espresso, half textured milk.