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I am a BIG COFFEE LOVER.....BUT I HAVE NEVER MADE A CUP OF COFFEE USING A COFFEE MACHINE...well, duh I am a commoner of the public, not that I am of royal blood hahaha....Anyway, now that I have gotten a chance of a Coffee Appreciation Class or more accurately, called Latte Art Class at the most appropriate place, Coffee Stain by Joseph at Publika, I jumped at the chance. I rushed from office to class for 7-9 pm.We had the privilege of a Yemen head barista named Yeman to teach and guide us.The p
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I am a BIG COFFEE LOVER.....BUT I HAVE NEVER MADE A CUP OF COFFEE USING A COFFEE MACHINE...well, duh I am a commoner of the public, not that I am of royal blood hahaha....
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Anyway, now that I have gotten a chance of a Coffee Appreciation Class or more accurately, called Latte Art Class at the most appropriate place, Coffee Stain by Joseph at Publika, I jumped at the chance. I rushed from office to class for 7-9 pm.
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We had the privilege of a Yemen head barista named Yeman to teach and guide us.

The purpose of barista education for the public is not to waste the coffee beans and to educate the public on how to make coffee the correct way.

I would like to share some of the steps in making coffee using the Simonelli coffee machine. With the help of patient Yeman, I was able to follow the class with his every step and navigation:

1. Take out the water filter. Cleanse. Press out the water.
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2. Grind the coffee
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3. Level Up. Temping4. Clean water filter to remove small particles

5. Lock and extract coffee

6. Steam the coffee - We had a lot of practice of this step. According to Yeman, practice makes perfect.
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7. Pour out the coffee with cup at 45 degrees.
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The Result. Alright my heart shape is smaller than my other friends but then the Fun is much more!
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3 D Coffee Art:

To create 3D coffee art, it is important to have a very thick, hard and dry foam and a very thin stick to draw the eyes of the cartoon or figurines with thick sauce.

Yeman showed his prowess and skill in 3D Latte Art, something that not many upscale coffee places have.
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The normal Latte Art Class here is for the duration of 3 hours for RM 288, and it is done very privately with personal touch as there are only 2 pax in a class.
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More Details:

Add: Solaris Dutamas, 1, Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaTel: 60362112022(Solaris)Website: http://www.coffeestain.my/

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Date of Visit
2015-12-22
Waiting Time
120 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM50