Coffee Classes at Origin in Hawaii

We offer specialty coffee classes and workshops for individuals and groups covering coffee knowledge such as pourover brewing skills, introduction to coffee cupping, espresso skills, and home roasting basics.

There is no better place to learn about coffee than at origin in the only commercial coffee growing region in the United States? We are located in the heart of the Kona coffee belt on the beautiful Big Island of Hawaii.  These coffee classes make a fun and unique addition to your Big Island vacation.  (Live in Hawaii? Ask us about kama’aina discounts and other benefits for local residents!)

Our 1-hour, 2-hour, 1/2-day, and full day coffee classes are taught by SCA Authorized Trainers with extensive Specialty coffee industry experience and are perfect for the home coffee enthusiast, or for aspiring professional baristas, roasters, and coffee tasters.

If you are interested in any of the specialty coffee classes and workshops listed below, please contact us at to schedule a session.

Also be sure to check out our SCA professional certification courses for coffee professionals and aspiring baristas, roasters, or coffee buyers.


Hawaii coffee classes - Brewing Skills

Coffee Brewing Classes
Explore different brewing methods and devices, get an introduction to the science behind coffee extraction, and get hands-on experience that will help you make coffee better!

Hawaii coffee classes - Coffee roasting at origin in Hawaii

Coffee Roasting Classes
Thinking of buying a home coffee roaster? Already have a few roasts under your belt and want to improve your skills? Just curious about how coffee roasting works? These classes are for you! Gain insight into the physical changes that occur during the roasting process.

Hawaii coffee classes - Kona coffee cupping and tasting skills
Coffee Tasting and Quality Analysis Classes
Coffee begins as a fruit that grows on a tree. Then things get a bit complicated.  Learn how coffee is converted from a fruit into a roasted bean; get an introduction to coffee cupping; and gain insight into the economics of coffee production.