Unit 110 - Hot beverage service

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HospitalityFurther Education (Key Stage 5)

This lesson contains 23 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.

time-iconLesson duration is: 15 min

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Today we will look at
  • Where does tea and coffee come from?
  • Roasting Coffee
  • How cafés make coffee
  • Different types of Tea and Coffee
  • The main features of different teas and coffee

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What is your favorite hot drink?

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Where do you think
coffee comes from?

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What is the term used for the area of the world that coffee grows in?
The Coffee Loop
The Coffee Slide
The Coffee Belt
The Coffee Scope

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Low Yeild.
Good Quality
High Yield.
Poorer Quality
Arabica Coffee
Robusta Coffee

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Other Processes
The most common alternative is called the 'Dry Process'.

This is when you leave the coffee cherry out in the sun to let the flesh dry until it falls off the seed/bean

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What is the purpose of de-pulping?
It washes away bugs
Rips the skin off the coffee bean
It squeezes the juice out of the bean

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So coffee is grown, picked, de-pulped, fermented, dried and de-hauled. Now we have a coffee bean ready to roast.
Do you have any questions about this?

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A coffee roast profile is the detailed process of what was done to the raw bean to create the finished brew. Myriad factors contribute to the process, and to the final result, making experimenting with coffee roasts both exciting and challenging. 

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Once the green bean changes to a yellowish colour, the roaster is starting to
Think about his lunch
Soften the bean
Go for a walk
Develop Aromatics

Slide 13 - Quiz

Medium & Dark Roast Coffee

This is the roast profile that we are most often served in commercial cafes, restaurants or at home.

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Now, finally, we have coffee in a way that you may be familiar.

It can be sold as a whole bean for grinding at home. Or already ground in the bag.

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Slide 16 - Link

Let's Have a Cup of Coffee

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Slide 18 - Video

Types of Tea
There are many different types of tea.
They will all have their own flavour profile and countries of origin.

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Slide 20 - Link

Group Activity
In groups of 3
Make a poster that includes:
  • 3 Types of Tea
  • 3 Types of Coffee
  • Where each is from
  • What you would tell a customer about the taste

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Group Activity

Each person in the group should research 1 tea and 1 coffee.
Then we will present our findings to the class

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