Coffee roasters will soon get the chance to learn grinding techniques from the group responsible for Mahlkönig, Ditting and Anfim with the launch of the Hemro Academy. Starting in 2016, Hemro is inviting participants to take part in its coffee grinding competence courses in Hamburg, Germany. Taking place at its brand new training centre, the one or three day programs will provide insights into coffee grinding technology and the influence of grinding on taste. “The preparation of an excellent cup of coffee takes more than beans and water,” said Hemro. “It takes great passion, a lot of training and profound knowledge about the coffee’s long journey from the origin into the cup.” Hemro said that each milestone along coffee’s journey has an influence on the final aroma profile of the coffee. “Likewise does the coffee grinder play a very crucial role, turning the beans into particles of the appropriate size for extraction,” said Hemro. As part of the program, the Hemro Academy will provide in-depth technical service training for Mahlkönig, Ditting and Anfim grinders. “By sharing a comprehensive know-how about coffee grinding the Hemro Group aims to contribute to a better quality and more consistency in the cups all around the world,” said Hemro. The definite Hemro Academy course schedules are expected to be available at the beginning of 2016.