The art of blending the right proportion and getting the perfect consistency makes the universal drink outstanding to sip.
There are very few people who can resist the aroma of freshly brewed filter coffee. Whether to begin the day or to catch up with a friend, a cup of coffee appears to be the most sought after refreshment to reenergise and relax during the day.
The art of blending the right proportion and getting the perfect consistency makes the universal drink outstanding to sip. To create awareness on coffee brewing and its simple techniques, a training workshop will be held for those who walk into the Café Coffee Day at MVP Double Road, Spencer’s Hyper Market and Vizag Central for one month.
A new blend – ‘Mysore Royal’ was introduced, where the coffee bean grows along with other intercrops like cinnamon, clove, cardamom and orange influencing the original flavour. Two coffee-makers, French press and Stove Stop espresso maker will make three cups of coffee in a few minutes.
India is basically a tea drinking country, but is slowly embracing the coffee culture, said one of the workshop trainers N. Sam Rozario. “There is a lot of hard work involved in roasting and brewing in making the ideal drink. Coffee grown in higher altitudes can add taste to the concoction,” he said. Other flavours such as dark forest, arabicaah, charge, perfect and quickoffee are also available at the café.