Boot Coffee Provides New Online Learning Platform


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Just in time for staying home, Boot Coffee has created an online platform for coffee training, Courses range from cupping and sensory analysis to roasting fundamentals. 

“ gives students the camaraderie of a cohort of learners through webinar-based lectures and discussions,” explains Marcus Young, education programs director at Boot Coffee Campus. “This is especially important now as we are in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are committed to the success of our students, and this new platform allows us to stay connected even though we are working remotely.”

Each student receives a learning kit, which includes coffee samples and materials necessary for each class. The first round of classes starts in April. Visit to sign up

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