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Address: Cr 22 No 49-08 Barrio Palermo, Bogota, Colombia
Phone Number: 225 41 81
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The Escuela Cafe is a hands on espresso and cappuccino course for the...

The Escuela Cafe is a hands on espresso and cappuccino course for the novice or professional coffee enthusiast. The school offers a 4 class program lasting 4 hours each to teach you history, theory, and barista techniques. This is a great course for tourists who are looking to take in one of the great assets Colombia has offered the world. The course is taught by a chemical engineer who has been working in the coffee industry for years and has great personal knowledge of the cafes of Colombia. It is suggested for anyone wanting to learn how to extract the best flavors from the best coffees on the planet!

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now we really know how to make proper espresso and cappuccino

We also did the 4-hour-hands-on-course "Espresso y Cappuccino" with Liliana Salcedo and liked it very much! A bit of theory about the history, processing and preparation of coffee... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 8 July 2011
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Bogota, Colombia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 July 2011

We also did the 4-hour-hands-on-course "Espresso y Cappuccino" with Liliana Salcedo and liked it very much! A bit of theory about the history, processing and preparation of coffee and then lots of coffee-making in practice. Now we know how to make a really good espresso and cappuccino. She has a new web-site ( http://www.cafekarmesi.com/ ), the web-site of her company.... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 August 2010

We had a blast taking the class, "Espresso y Cappuccino". There were five family members in our group, and though the class was given in Spanish, those of our group who did not speak Spanish fluently had no trouble understanding. Our "Profe" Liliana was as charming as she was knowledgable, a chemical engineer with years of experience working in the... More 

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