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gotta go back, back, back to school again” and no we’re not talking about Rydale High we’re talking about The Coffeesmiths Collective Coffee School. For those of you who don’t know The Coffeesmiths Collective are behind four coffee shops in the city; Chancery Coffee, The Department of Coffee, The Liberty of Norton and Speakeasy Espresso, all of which serve decent coffee to caffeine craving Londoners.

In their quest to make coffee connoisseurs out of us all, the company have set up regular coffee schools so that you can now learn how to make the perfect coffee not just drink it. We went along to The Liberty of Norton shop to learn the Art and Science of Espresso designed for people who have an interest or a passion for coffee. The course starts by teaching you the principles and techniques of espresso coffee making and it’s pretty impressive to see the steps which go into each coffee.

Once you’ve perfected the coffee it’s on to steaming the milk and it’s not as easy as it looks. Two hours later and you’ll be knock up lattes like nobody’s business. The classes take place on an evening and cost £45 for two hours. To book one hit the website below.

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