How well do you know your coffee? Want to learn how to make the perfect latte… and support a good cause along the way?
Learn more about the history of coffee, taste different types of coffee from around the world – and pick up tips on how to make the perfect cup of coffee from a master barista in this coffee workshop.
This workshop is hosted by Usman, founder of HAVEN Coffee, London’s first coffee shop run by refugees to help refugees and a social enterprise serving ethically sourced, fair-trade, organic speciality coffee.
Founded in 2019 by social entrepreneur and refugee Usman Khalid, HAVEN Coffee is a coffee brand with a social mission, running pop-up coffee shops for workspaces and events across London. We provide a coffee shop experience without you even having to leave the building. With our professionally trained baristas and organic high-quality blends, HAVEN can give you that perfect cup of coffee you are looking for.
What’s more, each cup of HAVEN Coffee you buy helps support and raise awareness for refugee communities across the UK, from promoting refugee artists to organising events both visual and performing art, as well as providing barista training to those refugees who are looking to build a new professional life for themselves
This workshop is part of the Migration Museum’s #MigrantMakersMarket series.
The Migrant Makers Market is a concept store and makerspace dedicated exclusively to selling products from migrant-owned businesses and creators. The Migrant Makers Market provides a much-needed platform for underrepresented makers, brands and businesses that otherwise aren’t available in high street spaces. We’re hosting a variety of workshops and demonstrations in the space throughout the year, so you can learn more about the makers and their products, and pick up some new skills too.