Summer Sale Extended! Get unlimited digital access for 13 weeks for $13.
Baltimore Diner
Entertainment Food & Dining Baltimore Diner

Coming in January: Saturday morning coffee clinics at Lamill

Lamill Coffee, the first-floor cafe in the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, will be hosting a four-week series of free Saturday morning coffee clinics in January. The free, weekly sessions will highlight coffee extraction methods and coffee roasts. The Lamill team will sample food pairings with the coffee.

Lamill is Michael Mina's collaboration with a super-cool Los Angeles-area coffee roaster and retailer. The clinics will introduce guests to the ingenious Hario V60 hand-drip process from Japan and the super sleep Eva Solo from Denmark. Some of the coffee devices Lamill uses in its Four Seasons location look like something right out of Ten Forward.

Each session will show off one of Lamill's single-estate or otherwise rare roasts like Kenya Gethumbwini and Panama Birdsong Honey. The staff will pair the coffees with sweet and savory treats like hand-cut beignets with Meyer lemon-curd sauce and Nutella, chocolate and sea salt pop pies.

The Lamill coffee clinics start at 10 a.m. for four Saturdays beginning on Jan. 14

 

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
Related Content
  • Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore [Pictures]

    Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore [Pictures]

    The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore opened in November 2011. The Harbor East hotel offers 256 lavish rooms, 11 spa treatment rooms, an elevated deck and infinity pool with views of the Inner Harbor and three restaurants, including Wit & Wisdom — a tavern by Chef Michael Mina. Read more about the hotel...

  • With new chef, Fork & Wrench keeps its focus, creativity

    With new chef, Fork & Wrench keeps its focus, creativity

    Fork & Wrench opened 31/2 years ago and quickly became one of the city's hottest reservations. Diners could not get enough of the Canton restaurant's creative American food or its cool space, outfitted with a wild collection of retro objects.

  • Play Cafe caters to kids in Hampden

    Play Cafe caters to kids in Hampden

    Parents know that going out to eat with young kids can be a trying experience. In fact, anyone who has ever sat near fussy kids can attest to this.

  • Sake brings steakhouse drama to Glen Burnie

    Sake brings steakhouse drama to Glen Burnie

    In the grand scheme of global cuisine, Japanese steakhouses in America deliver authentic Japanese mealtime experiences about as well as a Starbucks evokes a Parisian cafe. That is to say, not much. But there is no denying that dinner at a Japanese steakhouse is a blast and the food is lovable.

  • Bella Vista is a good addition to the Quarry Lake area

    Bella Vista is a good addition to the Quarry Lake area

    Bella Vista Italian Restaurant is right at home in The Shops at Quarry Lake.

  • At Fox's Den, casual food gets star treatment

    At Fox's Den, casual food gets star treatment

    Just a few years ago, most conversations about the Annapolis food scene were full of sad lamentations that such a fantastic town was so lacking in great restaurants. Was it true, people wondered, that the quality of a restaurant's food is inversely proportional to the view? At most Naptown spots,...

Comments
Loading
86°