Coffee Shop Experience: Looking for Knowledge in a Coffee Shop
BANDUNG (October 17th, 2019) - Persons with Blind Sensory Disabilities (PDSN) who are beneficiaries at the "Wyata Guna" Social Rehabilitation Center for People with Sensory Disabilities (BRSPDSN) Bandung conducted the Coffee Shop Experience for the second time out of the 4 times planned, as part from the Barista Class curriculum which is a collaboration between "Wyata Guna" BRSPDSN Bandung and the Siloam Center for The Blind of Korea. This time Upnormal Roastery Café, Jl. Riau Bandung, was chosen as a café representing the Local Coffee Shop to go public on Thursday (10/17).
Barista's instructor, Cheisya Legi, explained that in this activity, the beneficiaries studied the menu provided, how long it would take to serve the buyer, and how the taste of the coffee made. Besides that, how to design the interior of the coffee shop, how to make the coffee making technique, is it just using a coffee machine or manual brewing technique.
The purpose of this activity is for beneficiaries to know various coffee shop concepts, ranging from tourist concept coffee shops, street coffee concepts, and coffee shops that carry International Branding, as a comparative study.
In this Upnormal Roastery Café, many beneficiaries see a variety of coffee shop equipment, ranging from coffee machines to supporting equipment with various types so that give many idea of how the real coffee business by visiting various coffee shop concepts.
It is hoped that with this activity the
beneficiaries can make the standard operational procedures that are ideal for
coffee shops, can also innovate to convince the world, that PDSN can make the
Barista profession a livelihood therapy both in the family and community.