Coffee and Science at Amoret, Notting Hill

3D hot chocolate art on an iced chocolate, Mace, Mace KL, dogs in a chocolate
What determines the structural properties of foam and how does latte art work?

Perhaps you’ve noticed something interesting about the vortices in your cup, or maybe you’re just curious about how latte art works: whatever your question, come along and discuss the physics of coffee (and the coffee of physics) at an evening of coffee and science at Amoret Coffee in Notting Hill.

The evenings are designed to be conversational, with small groups of up to 20 people coming together to discuss all things coffee… and science. Upcoming events are listed below, or if you’ve missed an event but would like to continue the conversation, you can visit the Virtual Coffee House on Facebook to continue discussing the topics of evenings past.

All events will be held at Amoret Coffee, 53 Pembridge Road, London, W11 3HG. Doors open at 17:30 for a 18.00 start. Please sign up on the FB events page or by emailing Bean Thinking.

  • Tuesday September 24th: Perfect Cappuccinos and copper mining – an evening with Prof. Jan Cilliers of Imperial College London
  • Tuesday October 22nd: What is the physics behind pulling an espresso? A discussion of all things espresso based (and hopefully a special guest).

You can find out more info by joining our events list here, emailing Bean Thinking or signing up on our Facebook events page.

We look forward to meeting you soon at Amoret.