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Roaster Exchange at the Labo Equitable
November 3-4, 2011
Coop Sol "Labo Equitable"
5425 rue de Bordeaux, suite 500
Montreal, Quebec H2H 2P9
514-907-9853


This two-day, intensive, hands-on workshop focuses on exploring and analyzing the many facets of coffee quality as experienced on the cupping table and in production roasts. The course also provides generous insight into the specialty coffee industry from bean to the cup. A truly "in-house" experience, these workshops are hosted at Coop Coffees' very own "Labo Equitable" in Montreal and guided by our in-house cuppers and roasters EJ Dawson and Ellen Meredith.  

The course concentrates primarily on coffees available through the co-op.  It is open to any and all members, roasting staff, associated partners and members of the public genuinely curious about coffee cupping and roasting. The workshop is a great way to learn the basics of quality control and to engage in a good dose of healthy and helpful roaster exchange!

"The Roaster Exchange was an excellent opportunity to receive professional feedback on the quality of our coffees and roasting methods.  It was also very valuable to swap skills and methods with other roasters.  I think the exchange is a great forum for any roaster to improve their skills and gain confidence in their craft!"

-Jason Hill, Roastery Manager, Higher Grounds


To find out more information about the lab, events, and lodging in Montreal,  check out our website. Click here  Don't miss this opportunity to become familiarize yourself with the roasting craft...AND enjoy the beautiful city of Montreal!!

Cost: $200 (members), $250 (non-members)  

November 3-4, 2011
Location: Montreal, QC, Canada
Class Runs Thu-Fri, 8:30am-5pm

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