Émilie Côté talks about a Barista coffee shop opening up in an old armoury in the neighbourhood of Chabanel. This location not only includes a café, but a training space, offices, as well as Barista's coffee production and roasting facilities.
Sylvain Sarrazin talks about the hours of practice, the steps, and the techniques required to make lattes that are as beautiful as they are good! The National Barista Institute's latte art training is among the suggestions for training to learn the basics of latte art.
The National Barista Institute is among La Presse's suggestions for coffee enthusiasts who want to develop their knowledge about coffee and improve their barista techniques at home.
Kim Sullivan met with Alex Sereno to talk about Coffee Fest's 4th edition, and to discuss how big the event is getting outside of the major urban centres.
La Presse's Simon Drouin attends a training session facilitated by Barista's cofounder, Alex Sereno, on how to use social media to position and promote one's own person-brand. From retailers to high-level athletes, Alex provides advice and personal experience in creating relevant content efficiently.
Alex Sereno was invited as a chronicler and expert of coffee on 98.5 FM's ‘Isabelle’ show to talk about the benefits of coffee and coffee culture in sports, particularly in the cycling world.
Avenues.ca promoted their travel/coffee conferences with actor Jean-Michel Dufaux and our very own globetrotter, entrepreneur, and coffee expert, Alex Sereno.
Alex describes to Voir.ca magazine a few basic elements needed for drinking good coffee. He also shares a few tricks to choose the right equipment depending on one’s knowledge and appreciation of the subject.
Thanks to its considerable expertise on the subject, the Montréal micro-roaster has launched the National Barista Institute, as well as a coffee guide, with the goal of increasing access to knowledge about coffee.
The ‘Épicerie’ show on Radio-Canada explained and tested various alternatives to high-pressure, and often high-cost, espresso machines. The Moka pot is a good alternative, which Alex Sereno proved to us on the test bench by trying out eight different moka pots.
On Radio-Canada's ‘Épicerie’ show, our team tried out dairy-free beverages on their test bench in order to determine which one goes better with your coffee! The test compared oat, soy, almond, and pea-based beverages!
Filter coffee makers were under the microscope of Radio-Canada's ‘L'épicerie’ test bench! As a coffee expert, our mission was to compare five filter coffee makers, allowing for a choice of coffee brew strength.
Alex was invited to the test bench for the ‘L'épicerie’ show on Radio-Canada as a coffee expert to explain the various espresso coffee makers and why everyone should have one.