Learn about specialty coffee in Colombia with us!
You want to understand Colombia’s fascinating history involving coffee… and what coffee means to Colombians.
Many people visit Colombia and never discover those stories. How sad to learn about Colombia but still not understand how coffee has affected the lives of millions of people here.
Don’t waste your precious time lost in the sea of information about coffee. You can learn the real meaning of coffee in Colombia with us!
We are a team of Colombians (and one foreigner!) who are passionate about coffee.
In our fun, dynamic workshop we’ll help you understand:
- Who grows coffee in Colombia
- How to do coffee tastings like the professionals do
- And how coffee changes lives
We are the coffee experts.
Learning about Colombia means learning about Colombian coffee.
And if you're planning a trip to Colombia, this is the best way to prepare for it so you can enjoy the best coffee while you're here!
If you have any questions about the course, don't hesitate to contact us at [email protected]
What people say about Karen Attman and her coffee workshops:
"I learned so much about coffee and can't wait to continue to apply this knowledge!"
"Thanks to Karen I’m drinking Colombian coffee at home using an AeroPress! She really knows her stuff. Highly recommended for any coffee enthusiast or those who want a cultural experience in Colombia."
- John, New Jersey, USA
"Karen is amazing ! She is very knowledgeable, professional, and funny."
- Oscar B.
"Karen is the queen of coffee."
"Karen is amazing and obviously knows her stuff!"
- Brittany M., USA
"I must say, Karen is one of the most passionate, knowledgeable, personable people I have ever met. Her love for the coffee scene shines."
- Monica B.
"Kudos to Karen (Flavors of Bogota) for coming up with these workshops for people who want to learn a bit more about coffee in Colombia. Don't hesitate in doing this if you are a coffee lover!"
- Luis, Portugal
"Even if you don't love coffee, the workshop also highlights interesting aspects of Colombian history and culture. Highly recommend! "
- Noel, USA
"Karen is a fantastic guide who imparts her profound knowledge of Colombian specialty coffee in an engaging and accessible manner."
- Carly, USA
"Karen is wonderful. She has a great knowledge of Colombian coffee Tradition and explains it very well. Definitely recommended if you are into coffee."
- Sabine, Germany
Karen is the creator of the Latin American Coffee Academy, an online coffee school that teaches people from around the world about some of the tastiest coffee in the world. Her coffee courses help people who are entering the coffee industry understand the true essentials of coffee so they can succeed in their chosen corner of the industry.
She was a professor of coffee at the prestigious La Sabana University in Bogota. Karen is the author of Permission to Slurp, a guide to tasting Colombian specialty coffee. The book has been widely accepted by experts in the coffee industry as well as coffee lovers who are just beginning their journey into specialty coffee. In fact, the book was nominated for the category of Best Coffee Books by the Gourmand Awards in 2018.
Her boutique coffee education experiences, the Flavors of Bogota Specialty Coffee Workshops, teach foreigners and locals in Colombia about specialty coffee and what it can mean to Colombian coffee growers and others involved in the coffee industry.
She is also a food journalist who has written for CNN, Eater, Sprudge, Esquire and many more books, newspapers, and magazines.
She speaks at international coffee events and fairs. She has judged international coffee competitions and has appeared on TV and been interviewed on the radio numerous times.
That’s probably why people call her the Coffee Lady.
StartIntroduction to Part 2
StartLesson 1 - How coffee professionals know if coffee is good (4:33)
StartLesson 2 - How can you evaluate your coffee like a pro? Part A (7:46)
StartLesson 3 - Evaluate your coffee like a pro - Part B (7:28)
StartLesson 4 - Put your skills into practice
StartWhat you need to remember...