COLLEGE STATION — The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Center for Coffee Research will be hosting a two-day coffee class April 5-6 to teach participants coffee skills and the economic importance of coffee.
The program will begin at 9 a.m. with three sessions each day in the Horticulture/Forest Science Building, or HFSB, Room 114 and 432, 495 Horticulture Road, College Station.
Registration costs start at $35 per session or $250 for two full days, and students receive a discount. Complete registration details can be found at https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/productListingDetails/2797.
The course starts with coffee history and includes topics such as:
- Coffee production and consumption throughout the world.
- Coffee varieties, production, processing, roasting and cupping.
The course also includes the opportunity for hands-on learning related to the basics of roasting coffee and elaboration of coffee profiles.
Metered parking is available near the building, and those with a Texas A&M parking pass will have access to lot 100.