CQI Q-Robusta Grader
Why is Q Robusta (R Grader) so important?
Being competitive and staying ahead of the game in the coffee industry is no small task. Without the right coffee sensory skills, you could quickly find yourself at the back of the line, waiting to rise above others but never having the chance.
No matter what area of coffee you are talking about - barista, brewing, roasting or cupping - sensory skills are the most important foundational tool you could have that translates to your success.
We all know the role Arabica plays in the specialty world, but what about Robusta? In recent years, there's been more and more discovery into the quality and care in cultivating Specialty or Fine Robustas. And with the concerns over climate change and it's effects on Arabica, Fine Robustas are finally getting their well deserved place at the table.
At Torch, we're all about innovation and staying ahead of the pack in industry trends and scientific knowledge. We have seen many coffee professionals get ahead rapidly, but then plateau in their careers because they haven't continued their education to advance. We believe that no one should have to plateau.
The coffee industry is ever evolving and growing and we must grow with it. That is the key to unlock your success.
Through our Q courses we've had the privilege of training many coffee professionals, seen them become experts at coffee and lead their teams to success.
They are able to objectively assess coffee quality, detect coffee defects, identify coffee flavor characteristics and accurately lead their teams and staff in Quality Control measures -all critical skills in buying and selling coffee.
Once you become a Q Robusta grader, you will not only understand more about the coffee but you will also be revered in the community as an authority in coffee quality standards. Your broad understanding will enable to you make the right business decisions for your company that will lead to happy customers and clients.
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