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Coffee Tasting + Mug Making Pottery Class — 2/10 (Boston MA)

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Love coffee? Always wanted to try your hand at pottery? This inclusive, beginner-friendly pottery class is perfect for you! First, Harry from Gracenote Coffee will guide you through a 20 minute coffee tasting experience.

Then, with step-by-step guidance from our expert host, you'll learn how to hand-build from clay 1-2 coffee mugs or espresso cups to hold your favorite chilly weather drink. You'll also learn how to add cool surface decoration as well as handles to your clay creations!

Location
High Street Place Food Hall (100 High St, Boston, MA 02110)

What You'll Get

  • 20 minute coffee tasting
  • A free drink from Gracenote Coffee to enjoy after class
  • 2 hour workshop on pottery basics, how to create - as well as decorate - your own personalized mugs and espresso cups
  • Materials to build 1-2 pieces of pottery, firing + glazing of your pieces so they are foodsafe and waterproof, and shipping to you 4-5 weeks after the class
  • Pottery Trivia with fun prizes!
    DISCOUNTS DO NOT APPLY TO EVENTS. Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE, but are transferable to another event date until 72 hours prior to the event.
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    What You'll Learn

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    Event Details

    What |Coffee Tasting and Clay Mug Making Pottery Class

    Where | High Street Place Food Hall (100 High St, Boston, MA 02110)

    What's Included

    Ticket includes:

    • All materials to sculpt + decorate 1-2  ceramic mugs or espresso cups
      • Your pieces will be fired + glazed to be foodsafe and waterproof, and shipped to you in 4-5 weeks!
    • 2 hour pottery workshop
    • 20 minute coffee tasting
    • A free drink from Gracenote Coffee to enjoy after class
    • Pottery trivia with prizes

    What You'll Learn

    • Basic pottery techniques, building tips + tricks
    • The pinch pot technique, and how to  make your pot into mugs or espresso cups
    • How to create cool handles
    • Tips to decorate your pottery
    • About science-y side of why coffee tastes good,how ground size extraction + what factors are important during the brewing process

    Your Hosts

    Pottery with a Purpose is a woman-owned, responsibly sourced business that curates and delivers a crafting opportunity that is the equivalent of a hands-on, tech-free “pause” button.

    High Street Place is a modern food hall in Boston featuring hip eateries, cocktail spots & dessert shops, plus live music & events.

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    Andy Fisher
    Lots of fun!

    There were clearly people from all different crafting backgrounds and skill level at my class and every single one of them left smiling. Teachers were patient and helpful, and most of all encouraging!

    Two air dry clay vases with dried flowers, and a ceramic clay tealight candle holder sitting atop a blue photo prop.
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