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Durham Training Center

 
Durham Training Center

Our regional training centers are three-dimensional spaces dedicated to cutting-edge coffee education and community engagement. Each training center serves not only as a regional focal point for professional coffee education and industry innovation, but also as a hub of taste exploration and cultural exchange.

Furnished with state-of-the-art equipment and staffed by our world-class coffee educators, our training centers make up a closely connected network of classrooms for our Counter Intelligence coffee education curriculum, which consists of a variety of focused labs, classes, and seminars. Our training centers also provide the perfect environments for our ongoing series of public Friday Coffee Cuppings and community events.

Durham Training Center
Roastery and Headquarters

812 Mallard Avenue
Durham, NC 27701


919-361-5282
888-238-5282 (Toll-free)
919-361-5888 (Fax)

Email: info@counterculturecoffee.com

Office hours: Monday–Friday 8:30 am–5:00 pm

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Our Durham Training Center is not wheelchair accessible.

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Related Updates:
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