CRAFTERIA - Craft Coffee Workshop

Crafteria is a combination of the English word “Craft” and Spanish – “tería”, which means a place/hub where something is done.

In this Crafteria project series, we offer unique arts and handmade crafts workshops for youth, from craft coffee, candle making, crochet, leather work to bread making. Crafteria is a place where both beginners and professional craftsmen can make beautiful things, giving our minds a chance to rest and rejuvenate through sharing and the creative process.


  • To build a craft hub to appreciate, respect and explore different forms of handmade craft.
  • To discover a craft idea that cheers up people.
  • To learn about specialty coffee.


April 6, 13, 20 & 27, 2023
(Every Thursday)

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Deadline for Registration:
April 3, 2023 (Monday)


Location: Across U-hub
(232 Hood Road, Markham)


  • University student & young adult
  • People who love handmade craft
  • People in need of a little quiet time

How much?

$60 for 4 lessons

Ingredient, materials and equipment being used in the workshops will be included.

Thank you for your support, the CRAFTERIA - Craft Coffee Workshop is FULL and the registration is closed.

What will you learn?

  • Basic coffee knowledge
  • Learn about different techniques on manually brewing coffee
  • Coffee sensory and cupping
  • Coffee equipment knowledge
  • Learn how to prepare a standard brewing coffee
  • Demonstration and practice time

What will the workshop include?

Ingredient, materials and equipment being used in the workshops will be included.

Who are the instructors?

Chris Fung

  • Professional Certificate in Coffee Brewing (Specialty Coffee Association)
  • More than 6 years in operating community café

Christy Hui

  • Co-Founder and Roaster at Beneath Coffee Roastery
  • Coffee Consultant at Trois Café HK
  • SCA Professional Sensory


  • Cantonese
  • English

Upcoming Workshops

Stay tuned to our website and social media for updates on the following CRAFTERIA workshops:

  • April: Craft Coffee
  • May: Candle Making
  • June: Bread Making
  • July: Pastel Nagomi Art