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Brewing At Home

 

Selecting just one coffee from an aisle of seemingly endless choices can be daunting. Add to that the wide range of home brewing options and the choices can be downright overwhelming. But the ability to craft a truly delicious cup of coffee at home transforms a mindless daily chore into a pleasant and rewarding ritual. A new series of workshops from Counter Intelligence provides the coffee lover the know-how to brew great coffee using tools already available in many home kitchens – and, coming soon, a new workshop offering origin knowledge and the tasting skills to encourage wise coffee selection.

Learn more about our two-hour Brewing Basics class.

 

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