K11 Event
24 Feb 2024 (Sat)
Pour Over Workshop at Nature Discovery Park

Calling all coffee-lovers! Up your brewing skills with this Pour Over workshop at Nature Discovery Park to make your perfect cuppa every morning.

Course Outline:

- Introduction to specialty coffee

- Coffee Processing

- Coffee Roasting

- Coffee Brewing and experience

Take-home souvenir for each guest:

Silver Mona 10th anniversary gift box

- Silver Mona 10th anniversary Eco Bag

- Hand-drip Kettle 350ml

- Drip Coffee X2, Steep Coffee X2, Cold Brew X2

Date: 24 Feb 2024 (Sat)

Time: 1PM – 2:30PM

Admission Fee: HK$860 per person

Language: Cantonese

Minimum age: 16+*

*Accompanying adults are required to register a separate seat should entrance be granted. Nature Discovery Park reserves the right to deny access to unenrolled parties.

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24 Feb 2024 (Sat)
13:00 - 14:30
Nature Discovery Park, 8F K11 MUSEA
16 year-old or above
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