This is an advanced class and participants should have prior experience in espresso extraction and milk steaming. Especially useful for those who are looking to make progress with advanced shapes and receive tips on making adjustments to their current method of pour.
Make the most out of the multi class discount by simply adding 2 sessions in your cart to enjoy a special rate of $240.
Do contact us if you are interested to book a group session at $500 for 2.5 hours!
For up to 4 pax ($50 per additional pax).
Note: Espresso machine, beans, milk and cups to be provided by cafe for group masterclass.
Shawn will be coaching in Mandarin and the class will be facilitated and translated by Bettr Barista's in-house trainers.
Learners are invited to bring their own cups and pitchers to practise with during class.
“I had a lot of fun during the training. The trainer was very interactive and was able to spot our mistakes from our pours. With the hands on practice, we were able to understand the techniques and got down to working on our mistakes. I took his training back to my cafe and continued to improve on my pours.
— Alistair Seetho, Barista, One Man Coffee / SLAC 2018 Champion
“Great insights from the expert of free pour latte art. Fantastic trainer who was able to point out mistakes that I did not know.
— Lee Juin Loong, Barista (November 2016)
“Thank you Shawn! Really love the way you
teach, your patience and your spirit of excellence too.
— Glen, Owner of Prodigal Roasters
Shawn is the founder of Shawn Coffee and the former head instructor at Milkglider, which was awarded first place at the 2015 & 2016 Coffee Fest Tokyo World Latte Art Championships. Shawn has previously run masterclasses with Bettr Barista in May 2017, June and November 2018.
About Shawn Coffee
Newly established in 2019, Shawn Coffee is Shawn Chen’s second foray into the specialty cafe and latte art business.
Shawn was the former Head Trainer of Milkglider Latteartist Unity - a Taiwanese brand that was awarded first place in the Coffee Fest Latte Art World Championship in Tokyo for 2015 and 2016.
For: Anyone who is curious about specialty coffee and wants to learn more about the world’s favourite drink. No experience necessary.More Information