photo from houndstooth.com

photo from houndstooth.com

Photo from houndstooth.com

SO NICE WE’RE DOING IT TWICE

Houndstooth Coffee hosts second Japanese Iced Coffee Class led by

Director of Education and Training Daniel Read

WHO: Houndstooth Coffee Director of Education and Training Daniel Read

WHAT: Japanese Iced Coffee is an alternative method of brewing iced coffee which allows

for the dynamics of the coffee to shine through. The light, crisp, clean and almost

tea-like consistency makes for the perfect refreshing summertime pick-me-up.

Participants will first learn coffee chemistry to gain an understanding of what goes

on during the brewing process. Then, Daniel will guide students in a practical lesson

so that each person learns hands-on how to brew their own Japanese Iced Coffee.

Photo from houndstooth.com

WHERE: 401 Congress, Suite 100C

Austin, TX 78701

WHEN: Saturday, August 10th

4:30 PM

TICKETS: $30 per person

Purchase tickets in store at either Houndstooth location.

Uptown: 4200 North Lamar, Ste 120

Downtown: 401 Congress, Ste 100C.

 

WHY: Because in this heat, who wouldn’t want to know how to brew something light, refreshing AND caffeinated?

ABOUT: Houndstooth Coffee strives to be an authority in excellent coffee by providing handcrafted coffee beverages made by trained baristas, while educating guests on the nuances of coffee from bean to brew. Houndstooth’s newest location in downtown Austin is inside the Frost Bank Tower, located at 401 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701. Hours are weekdays 6:30AM – 7PM and weekends 9AM –4PM. The original Houndstooth is located at 4200 N Lamar Blvd #120, Austin, TX 78756. Hours are Monday: 6:30AM – 7PM, Tuesday – Saturday: 6:30AM – 9PM, and Sunday: 7AM – 7PM. For further information, please visit www.houndstoothcoffee.com

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Hayden Walker
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Hayden Walker is the Editor in Chief and Director of Operations for Austin Food Magazine

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