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  • Opinions....... Best coffee training (domestic use only) in melbourne

    Mmmmmm ok I know this is a very broad category but I own a e61 hx with mazzer super jolly. I am wondering what is possibly the best coffee making course I can do that wont break the budget but will strengthen my espresso making skills.

    I did the sunbeam course four years ago when I had the em6900 but am looking for something that will set me in the right direction.

    I dont think there is anything wrong with my system as I do it now but just want to make it better.

    Im in melbourne so let us know whats out there and what your recommend either using my own machine or in a shop using their equipment.

    Cheers warren

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    Re: Opinions....... Best coffee training (domestic use only) in melbourne

    Drop David Seng http://coffeesnobs.com.au/YaBB.pl?num=1242565615 an email or a PM. Even though he does mainly commercial training dont be put off by that at all.

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      Re: Opinions....... Best coffee training (domestic use only) in melbourne

      You could also try the coffee academy.

      http://shortcourses.angliss.edu.au/Coffee-Academy

      I did my courses there when Chris Natoli was running them. They are the best, and he is a wonderful teacher! ;D

      We also used to do short day courses with Chris at Veneziano coffee in Bond street. That was a "get to know your machine" sessions.
      -Linda

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        Re: Opinions....... Best coffee training (domestic use only) in melbourne

        Originally posted by 5874767674664A767D7C767E74150 link=1340579904/2#2 date=1340602729
        You could also try the coffee academy.

        http://shortcourses.angliss.edu.au/Coffee-Academy

        I did my courses there when Chris Natoli was running them. They are the best, and he is a wonderful teacher!  ;D

        We also used to do short day courses with Chris at Veneziano coffee in Bond street. That was a "get to know your machine" sessions.
        -Linda
        Aww shucks Linda. Thanks! :-[

        I do a whole heap less training these days but endorse the big thumbs up for Dave Seng. The academy is also very good (and very reasonably priced) if you dont mind a larger group of up to 12 pax on 4 x 2gp machines.

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