Covid19 updates: Private Classes Only
Welcome back baristas! Get your group together and come make some coffee! After much consideration, we have decided it is safest to host private classes only, but that doesn't mean it has to be just you. Private classes can be for individuals, staff, or groups of up to 4 people that know each other. There is no extra cost!
Classes are available for sign up by the hour. If you would like to sign up for more than one hour, you can add multiple hours as long as they are available. A 15% discount will automatically be applied when you add more than one hour to your checkout.
2 hours is recommended for most situations. 1 hour is useful for brushing up on specific skills or for some home baristas. 3 or 4 hours may be recommended if you are starting a coffee shop and would like to discuss aspects of the business and work on creating a menu. It may also be recommended if you would like to brush up on your staff's skills and have multiple staff cycle through.
You can read more about what you can learn in a private class below and visit the Classes page for information about how we are working to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
If you have any questions or special requests for scheduling please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the fastest response.
What you can learn in a private class:
In your private class you can focus on whatever matters to you most!
Most classes will begin with learning about the espresso equipment, the beginner's espresso technique, how to steam milk and the first steps for pouring latte art. Espresso skills include information and practice with grinding, dosing, tamping and extracting espresso. You will then learn how to steam milk to the proper temperature and consistency required to pour latte art, as well as have an opportunity to try pouring a few drinks and designs.
Your time can also be used to learn about many of the common drinks on a coffee menu, including filter coffee, cold brew coffee, espresso, americano, macchiato, cortado, cappuccino and latte.
If latte art is your priority, your instructor may help by steaming your milk so that you can focus on learning the pouring of up to 3 basic designs: heart, tulip, and rosetta. Milk steaming can be practiced in longer classes or in follow-up sessions.
If you have questions about opening a coffee shop we are likely to be able to answer many of your questions about everything from which equipment is best for you, which coffee roasters you might be interested in talking to, to questions about hiring baristas and what drinks to include on your menu.
No matter what you'd like to focus on, we have the skills and expertise to help you improve to the next step.
About Procreate Coffee
We are an independent and unaffiliated barista training resource offering you unbiased coffee classes in Brooklyn.
Procreate Coffee NYC is not a coffee roasting company or a coffee shop. We are solely focused on barista training. Every class is small, personal, and committed to growth and learning. The focus is on your progress as a student. We are sincerely committed to helping each student reach their goals and our classes are for everyone - not just coffee purists!