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FHH Barista Workshop

Under theme "Coffee is cool", the FHH Barista Workshop covers all aspects of barista technique, from ingredient evaluation, bean recognition through cupping various coffee to set up & cleaning machine.

The workshop is especially tailored to help baristas to practice directly on machine. Barista will be given a certificate at the end of the workshop.

The attendees will be under the guidance of Mr. Ross Bright - the AST Certified Trainer 

Ross Bright has been involved in the coffee industry as a Master roaster or Barista trainers for nearly ten years.

He was accredited as a Certified World Barista Championship Judge 2008-2009.

Moreover, he is the one who implemented and judged barista training (the inaugural Singapore National Barista Championship).

Ross was honored to become the judge of the Finals of the World Barista Championships in Tokyo Japan, the World Barista Championships in Copenhagen Denmark, the First WBC Sanctioned Thailand Barista Competition, the 5th Thai Barista championships, the 2008 Malaysian Barista Championship in KL and the finals of the 2008 Australian National Barista Championships in Melbourne.

In January 2012, Ross was elected as the National Co-coordinator of the Specialty Coffee Association of Europe Singapore Chapter.

In recently years, Ross took on the role as an Authorized SCA Trainer able to train and issue certificates on behalf of the SCA.

In October 2014, Ross judged again in Cam Foods Phnom Penh as well as Food Hotel Vietnam in April next year helping raise the standards not only in Singapore but across the region.

Most recent was the Penang Latte Art Competitions held in October 2014 to 2017.

G.Bezzera SRL the oldest Italian espresso coffee machine manufacturer, proudly announce his partnership with Charles Wembley for the distribution of espresso coffee machines on Vietnamese market.

To celebrate this new partnership Charles Wembley and Bezzera decide to be the sponsor of FHH Barista Workshop that will be held from 28th to 30thNovember during FHH trade fair in Hanoi

During the event will be presented the New espresso coffee machine Arcadia PID; this model is well known for his thermostability, and heavy duty capabilities under any working condition!

*To guarantee a qualifying workshop with appropriate applicant backgrounds, a confirmation email will be sent to you through the contact details submitted in 3 working days after your registration. 

*Please note the application form is now closed since the workshop is fully booked

(1) Admission is free of charge and restricted to baristas only. Applicants are required to complete the application form online before [deadline]. An email confirmation will be sent to applicants within 3 working days starting from the completion date of their registration upon approval of the Organiser. 

(2) Minors aged 18 years and below will not be allowed admission to the workshop. Applicants may be asked to send a picture of ID card for proof of identification.

(3) In choosing to participate in the activity, the participants acknowledge and freely accept that there is a risk of personal injury or loss. The particpants understand and agree that they will not hold the Organiser of FHH Barista Workshop or its officers responsible for any loss, injury or damage to themselves or their property as a result of participation in this activity

(4) The participants agree to adapt behaviors and actions that contribute to safety and prevention of injury of both themselves and others.

(5) The participants understand and agree that the Organiser reserves the right to change the contents, time, date, venue and cancellation of course/workshop without prior notice.

(6)  All visitors must be in proper business attire. No shorts, no bermudas, no flip flops. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse participants not in proper business attire withou prior notice.

For more information or further assistance, please contact:

Ms. Ngọc (Jenny)

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +84 28 3622 2588 / 107


5 hottest destinations to travel to in 2019

From cultural capitals to beach towns, these are the top trending travel hotspots.

Travel is trending.

On Wednesday, travel search engine KAYAK released its list of the top trending destinations — those places where flight searches have jumped the most year-over-year. And on the list, you’ll find everything from culinary and cultural capitals to gorgeous beachfront hotspots.

Among the big trends KAYAK is seeing: two cities in Mexico landed in the top 5, likely thanks to increased tourism efforts and a growing number of cultural festivals and celebrations, a spokesperson for KAYAK tells Marketwatch. And the Caribbean is making a comeback, following a rough hurricane season. Indeed, The Bahamas snagged the No. 4 spot on the list, with other spots like Turks and Caicos, Aruba and Jamaica also seeing an uptick in interest.

Unfortunately, you’ll likely pay a bit more for travel this year: According to the Global Business Travel Association, flight prices in 2019 will rise 2.6% and hotels 3.7%. Still there are plenty of ways to save if you hope to visit some of these incredible destinations.

Here are the top trending destinations, according to KAYAK

Mexico City, up 73% year-over-year

With its vibrant mix of culture, art, history, fashion and food — it’s got the second-highest number of museums in the world, behind Paris, more than 40,000 restaurants, and was named the Design Capital of the World this year — it’s easy to see why people are dying to visit Mexico City. Plus, it’s affordable: Median roundtrip airfare from the U.S. is very reasonable, ranging from a low of $278 in February to a high of $439 in December, and median hotel rates range from $115 per night in June to $147 in February.

Bali, up 65% year-over-year

Bali is the first and only spot ever to make it on KAYAK’s top trending destinations list three years in a row — and no wonder. Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali boasts world-class beaches with both sugar-white and black sand, spectacular palaces and temples and verdant jungles. Flights from the U.S. aren’t cheap — ranging from about $693 in November to more than $1,100 in June, July and December — but median hotel prices in all months come in at under $200 a night.

Ho Chi Minh City, up 49%

This big, bustling city in Vietnam is an enchanting mix of new and old: high-rise buildings and ancient temples, hot restaurants and traditional markets. Roundtrip flights range from just under $700 to upwards of $1,000, but hotels are very reasonable, hovering at around $100 to $120 a night. Many use Ho Chi Minh City as a jumping off point for exploring the rest of Vietnam, whether it’s a bike trip through the countryside or a lazy trip to the beach.

The Bahamas, up 45%

Though flights can be pricey — ranging from roughly $400 to $500 round-trip — those sugar-sand beaches, crystal blue waters and activities like snorkeling and deep-sea fishing have long made the Bahamas a hotspot for tourists. It’s trending once again as the Caribbean recovers from a rough tourist season. But in addition to a pricey flight, expect to pay somewhere between $300 to upwards of $500 a night for a hotel room.

Guadalajara, up 43%

Hip art galleries, modern architecture, unique cultural experiences and world-class cuisine and tequila are just some of the many draws to this large city in Mexico. Affordability is another: You can often get there for under $300 roundtrip, and hotels in most months are under $300 a night.

Other spots making the top 10 (in this order) include Lisbon, Paris, Rome, Maui and Munich. Hawaii’s increasing popularity may be due to the addition of more flight routes from the East Coast. These European cities may be benefiting from a similar trend, as new flight routes and low cost carriers are driving down prices and making these spots more accessible. Lisbon in particular “has seen a flurry of new flight routes added within the last year from major cities including Washington D.C., Chicago and Boston to name a few,” a spokesperson for KAYAK told MarketWatch.


CATEY HILL - Market Watch