Mill to Roaster: Green Coffee Price & Contract Impacts (CB200) | eLearning Class | February 11, 2016
CB200 explores in detail the financial, time, and quality implications at each stage in the green coffee supply chain from the time coffee might be contracted: coffee cherry to consuming country warehouse. Roasters are introduced to the definition, history & professional concepts behind managing the flow of coffee from seed to cup. This class is an online prerequisite for all CB200 level classes. Instructions picks up where farming and processing leave off and where arrival at the roasting facility begins.
Date: February 11, 2016
Time: 12:30-2:30PM PST
Instructor: Joe Marrocco. Father, husband, home cook, fisherman, roaster, barista, green coffee salesman, hunter, teacher, musician, student, and all around busy guy, Joe Marrocco has a life that is full of people, places, and fun. Joe enjoys to serve, share, and create. Joe's coffee career has included roasting for Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Company in St. Louis, MO, selling green coffee for Cafe Imports, serving as a Chapter Representative for the Barista Guild of America, competing and judging barista competitions including a regional win, and lots of educational opportunities. Joe is excited and honored by the opportunity to serve on the RGEC. He hopes to bring a passion for service, and a deeper connection to the barista community.
- Member: $95
- Non-Member: $165
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Cancellation/Refund Policy: There are no refunds of any kind for this event. The SCAA has the right to change and/or cancel the event at any time. All classes require a certain number of students in order for the class to be held. In the event capacity is not reached, students will have the opportunity to choose another scheduled CB200 class.