Barista Training Georgia

Intelligentsia Coffee

451-B Bishop St, Atlanta, Georgia 30318

  • Phone: 888.945.9786 
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Intelligentsia offers training workshops as well as private cuppings and tastings by appointment only.

Counter Culture Coffee

Counter Culture Coffee 812 Mallard Avenue Durham, NC 27701

  • Phone: 404.903.1286 
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Counter Culture Coffee’s education curriculum consists of a variety of focused labs, classes & seminars. The classrooms are furnished with state-of-the-art equipment.

Academy Coffee

1019 Virginia Avenue NE Atlanta, Georgia 30306

  • Phone: (404) 343-4374 
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Individual and Team free coffee training for baristas in and around atalanda GA

Buona Caffe Roasting, Equipment and Training Center

520 Reynolds St. Augusta, GA 30901

  • Phone: 706.955.8766
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Offers brewing Methods Class, that will cover not only grind, ratios, and extractions, but also put them to the test using various brewing methods, such as the Chemex, Hario V60, Aeropress, Clever Dripper, French press, and maybe even a siphon brewer.

Common Questions About Barista Training In Georgia

How long does barista training in Georgia take?

Barista training in Georgia can range from 1 day to 4 weeks depending on the class and skill type you choose to learn. A basic coffee cupping class will only take one day. However, a full training course can take up to 4 weeks.

How much does barista training in Georgia cost?

Barista training in Georgia can cost as little as $50 for a short specialty class, and upwards of $300 for a comprehensive barista training course.

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Kayla Stavridis

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Kayla Stavridis
Kayla Stavridis is a coffee enthusiast and Head of Marketing for Barista HQ. She blends her professional insights and experience with a deep passion for all things coffee. Kayla offers a unique, hands-on perspective on coffee culture and trends. You can find her sipping a cold brew with just a touch of milk on the beach in the afternoon and a Corona with lime in the evening.

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