Bubble Tea Crafting Crash Course
In this Bubble Tea Crafting Crash Course, which is 100% SkillsFuture Credit-Claimable, learners will master the skills in making the most stylish Bubble Tea, keeping up with the latest Bubble Tea trend! Learners will also gain a clear understanding of the operations of a beverage business.
SSG Course Code: TGS-2022011860
Trainer Provider: Palais Renaissance Pte. Ltd.
Duration: 9am to 630pm
✅ Coconut Milkshake and Bubble Tea Series
✅ Taro Latte using real Purple Taro cubes
✅ Creme Brulee (Burnt Cheese-lid)
✅ Alcoholic Bubble TeaFruit Tea
✅ Vegan Milk Tea
✅ Pearls of optimal chewiness
✅ Brown Sugar Boba Milk
✅ Sensory Training and Tea Brewing
✅ Introduction to Milk Tea Making
✅ Introduction to Bulk Making for shops
✅ Recipe Service ( we provide you with to 30 drinks recipe )
✅ Equipment suggestion
At the end of the course, trainees are able to:
✅ Learn how to make aesthetically attractive and tasty beverages
✅ Have a clear understanding of tea processing and history
✅ Acquire knowledge about the different tea types available
✅ Prepare Boba pearls of the finest texture
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
✅ If you have always wanted to venture into the food and beverage industry as a business, and would like to find out more.
✅ Managers and supervisors in the food and beverage industry
✅ Anyone who is working in a café, hawker stall, restaurant
✅ Tea Sommelier
✅ Parents with children as a meaningful and memorable bonding session
✅ Anyone who loves bubble tea!
Jeannie is the co-founder and head instructor of the first and only Bubble Tea Studio in Singapore – Teahee SG, she is passionate in educating members of the public knowledge of Tea and drinks-making.
Jeannie was also a part-time bartender at a pub during her university days, which equips her with the relevant experiences in the F&B industry. Having been to more than 20 countries, her travel experiences has enriched her insights and enable her to apply relevant knowledge and interesting twists into the creation of drinks.
Jeannie is well-featured on numerous media outlet, including Flagship Newspaper Straits Times, Chinese Morning Daily Lianhe Zaobao, Today, Chinese Radio Station 958, Vulcan Post, Chinese Student Newspaper zbCOMMA.