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November 9, 2018

Good luck to our Aussies at the Brazil World Coffee Championships!

Congratulations and good wishes are in order for our Aussies participating in events at the 2018 Brazil World Coffee Championships.

“Never before have I seen so many Australian competitors dominating at this level in the world event.” – David Parnham

The 2018 Brazil World Coffee Championships will see more than ninety competitors take to the stage across the World Brewers Cup, World Latte Art Championship, World Coffee in Good Spirits Championship and World Cup tasters Championship from November 7-9. Belo Horizonte will be buzzing with an expected 17,000 coffee professionals as they convene for the Brazil International Coffee Week show at the Expominas center on the west side of the city.

www.worldcoffeeevents.org/brazil

 

2018 World Coffee in Good Spirits Championship

Danny Wilson – from ONA Coffee who won big at the 2017 Golden Bean Competition – taking out Overall Champion.

Danny Wilson, Australia


World Latte Art Campionship

Shinsaku Fukayama – St Ali Coffee – recently featured in Cafe Culture Digital (issue 4). See article here

Shinsaku Fukayama, Australia


2018 World Brewers Cup Championship

Heath Dalziel – Third Time Lucky Coffee

 

Heath Dalziel, Australia


World Cup Tasters Championship

Yama (Jinwoo) Kim – Kingswood Coffee Roasters

Yama (Jinwoo) Kim Australia

 

 

 





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