This course will help you understand the language and the basics of how we continue to serve the best coffee in the area at C3. There is a quiz at the end that must be passed with 100% to move on.
Coffee should be exceptional, challenging the status quo. Its many flavors and tones allow it to have significance in nearly every nation of the world. Travel has allowed the C3 team the opportunity to compare and contrast some of the best coffee products. Whether it is a cup of pour-over brew in South America, cappuccino or espresso in Europe, or just a shot of Cuban coffee in Miami, we have come to know what the best of coffees should taste like. Our coffee is carefully selected from countries around the world from farmers who cultivate and process the beans to their maximum quality. It is then carefully hand-roasted so that each bean reaches its destined perfection. Since coffee is best enjoyed when it is freshly ground and methodically prepared, C3 brings its clients the best and meticulously prepares it with the intent that every cup creates the highest experience for the taste buds.
It's hard to pin down when exactly latte art was invented, or who invented it. One thing's for sure, though: Developing perfect latte art is a bit like beginning an exercise regimen. Things may start out a little awkward and puffy, but you're guaranteed steady (if modest) progress if you hang in there. Though there is disagreement within the coffee world about what milk's proper texture ought to be, we prefer to craft a silky “microfoam” – something akin to wet paint or “white chrome”.
Espresso serves as the foundation for a wide variety of specialty coffee drinks, which are commonly known as espresso drinks and are among the most popular offerings at C3.