Looking to learn how to improve your skills, or build a quality brand? Let the two-time Barista champion, Heather Perry teach you her secrets to success!
We will begin with the basics of espresso extraction and milk steaming, and will move on to explore more advanced techniques. Other topics to be covered include palate development through single origin espresso and a traditional cupping, advanced latte art techniques, drink building recipes, training strategies, and most importantly, maintaining consistency throughout.
Training sessions include lectures and demonstrations followed by hands-on practice. Our private training ensures a personalized experience led by award-winning barista professional, Heather Perry, who is a certified SCA instructor and examiner who operates successful retail coffee shops.
The class is completely customizable to fit your needs and can include the following:
Milk and latte art basics
Advanced milk and latter art
Espresso blend development
Development of training strategies
Now taking reservations at our new state of the art training facility.
Email Director of Training, Heather Perry to coordinate the dates and
any inquiries about the training.
All classes are held at our Roastery and Training lab:
8767 Onyx Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Our cross streets are Hellman Ave and 9th St.
*All classes are non-refundable.
We love our students and value their opinions! See what others are saying about Private Training with Heather:
" Heather is lively, energetic and an absolute fountain of knowledge. She answered every question and made me feel as if the class was specifically tailored to my interest. One of the most amazing things about Klatch is how apparent it is that everyone loves what they do."
- Mathew Bixby
"Great class for beginners that know nothing about coffee all the way to coffee experts. Everyone has plenty to learn from Heather."
- Tony Chow
"Thank you for making my investment worthwhile. You are a wonderful person (with lovely hands) and I learned so much from you (and your father)... It was just too much fun."
- Tim Coyne