MONTREAL: Espresso at home

95.00$
In this course, given by one of our experienced baristas, you will learn how to make espressos using techniques commonly used by industry professionals. We will walk through the different types of domestic machines and grinders available on the market and learn the techniques to achieve successful espresso making as well as diagnose the most common extraction problems. Basic maintenance techniques for an espresso machine and a grinder will also be discussed.

Some safety measures during the session :

We reduced the number of participants in all our classes to a maximum of 5 people. You will need to show a proof of vaccination when you arrive. Mask wearing is mandatory in the parts of the session that doesn’t require tasting. We recommend that you bring your own mask, but disposable masks will be available if you need one. Please use the hand sanitizer when you enter the café. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, please stay home.

Please note that the classes are not reimbursable. With a 72-hour notice or more, you can exchange your class for a gift card. With a notice shorter than 72 hours, you can resell your ticket or give it to someone that will come to the class instead of you.
qty

Discover our products

6 months subscription: Espresso

6 months subscription: Espresso

Know More
6 months subscription: Espresso
6 months subscription: Espresso

$192.00 CAD

Aeropress and filters

Aeropress and filters

Know More
Aeropress and filters
Aeropress and filters

$47.00 CAD

Fellow Stagg EKG electric kettle

Fellow Stagg EKG electric kettle

Know More
Fellow Stagg EKG electric kettle
Fellow Stagg EKG electric kettle

$220.00 CAD

Cascara

Cascara

Know More
Cascara
Cascara

$13.00 CAD

Learn more about the subject

Voyage à la source 2021: Jaén, Pérou

Nous sommes tout juste de retour d’un séjour dans la magnifique région de Jaén dans le nord du Pérou. Le Pérou fut longtemps connu pour ses cafés certifiés biologiques abordables mais de qualité plutôt faible. C’était en partie car la grande majorité des cafés étaient mélangés en très grands assemblages régionaux, perdant toute traçabilité et dérobant les petits exploitants agricoles...

Learn more about the subject

Café Saint-Henri débarque au Dix30!

Après des mois de préparation, notre roulotte CSH Mobile a traversé le pont pour se rendre à Brossard, où elle y sera jusqu’en octobre. Ce sera notre toute première succursale sur la Rive-Sud de Montréal. Cette roulotte à café est bien plus qu’un projet d’entreprise, c’est un projet de famille pour les employés de notre succursale de Québec. Voici donc...

Learn more about the subject

The opening of the very first Café Saint-Henri

  January 1st, 11:11 am. Exactly 10 years ago, @JF Leduc opened the doors of Café Saint-Henri in the namesake neighbourhood for its official opening day. After 9 months of hard work, JF is getting ready to serve the first Quebec specialty coffees to a new clientele. Selling bags of coffee tracing the product's origins with the farmers' names was...