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  • Barista classes woo artisan coffee lovers
  • Barista classes woo artisan coffee lovers
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Barista classes woo artisan coffee lovers

Drinking coffee is practically a sport in the US. Everyone has their favourite team – whether it's Starbucks or an independent coffee shop – and a preferred technique, from a 'Kyoto Dripper' or a 'Neapolitan Flip'. And artisanal operations are tapping into the interest by offering coffee classes.

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