VIENNA, Austria – From the 8th to the 10th of September, Vienna celebrates its coffee tradition with a dedicated festival, a wide range of tastings and hands-on experiences. At the Vienna Coffee Festival 2023, Cimbali Group is present again with all its brands: LaCimbali, Faema, Slayer, and with Mumac Academy.
LaCimbali (stand #9)
The Group’s professional machine brand hosts several coffee roasters, who are present on a daily basis to prepare the best coffee that the M200 Profile machine can produce. At the stand it is also possible to taste filter coffee from the GT2 and an exceptional latte art prepared with the fully automatic S60.
Faema (stand #11)
The brand that best interprets the Group’s commitment to sports is present with a stand entirely focused on the outdoors and the active life: a VWCalifornia camper van, some branded pieces that have made history in cycling at the Giro d’Italia, and a space dedicated to golf enthusiasts (at stand #12 Ruff Golf). Here, Faemina – sponsor of the event – is available to the prosumer public, along with the Faema President and the iconic E61.
Slayer (stand #7)
For those in search of the perfect “Slayer Shot“, a visit to the stand is a must. World Coffee Roasting Champion Felix Kaffeelix demonstrates the power of the Slayer Espresso V3 and the LP Steam.
MUMAC Academy (stand #7)
Professional barista trainers Benjamin Graf and Martin Höld share their LatteArt skills with enthusiasts and show coffee sensory exercises, as well as brewing demonstrations.
Tickets for the festival can be purchased here.
How to get to the Vienna Coffee Festival
The VCF takes place at the Marx Halle, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19, 1030 Vienna
Metro: U3 Schlachthausgasse e Erdberg
Tram: 18 o 71 station St. Marx.
About Gruppo Cimbali
Gruppo Cimbali is one of the leading manufacturers of professional machines for making coffee and milk-based drinks, as well as coffee shop equipment. The Group, which includes the La Cimbali, Faema, Slayer and Casadio brands, operates through three production plants in Italy and one in the United States (in Seattle, where the machines are produced under the Slayer brand), employing a total of around 850 employees.
The Group’s commitment to promoting espresso culture and the local area led to the foundation of MUMAC (Coffee Machine Museum) in 2012, the first and largest permanent exhibition dedicated to the history, world and culture of espresso machines, located at the Gruppo Cimbali headquarters in Binasco.
MUMAC is home to MUMAC Academy, Gruppo Cimbali’s coffee machine academy, a training, promotion and research centre.