BARCELONA, Spain — Faema and Slayer of the Cimbali Group will be sponsoring the Barcelona Coffee Awards occurring September 29th to October 1st. The show is set to bring together baristas, roasters, and coffee enthusiasts from around the world to compete for a collection of prestigious awards.
Barcelona Coffee Week
Faemina— Faema’s at home, high-end coffee machine—and the Enea Total Black grinder will be featured at thirty Micro Roaster stands. In addition, Slayer and Faema will also have their own stands at the show.
Slayer invites roasters to visit their stand where they will highlight their Single Group (4m2) machine. Brand ambassador, Mauricio de Luca will also be present at the stand. Slayer will be front and center in the championship room with 2 of its Slayer Steam EP machines.
Slayer will host an after party, promising an unforgettable celebration right on site of the event. Guests will indulge in a 3D cake to celebrate the success of the weekend.
At Faema’s stand, prepare to learn the story of the brand with an immersive walk through of captivating photos portraying Faema’s history. Faema will also be showcasing two of their customizable President GTi machines highlighting the different colors and design possibilities.
Some activities to highlight throughout the show include a back panel design competition in which the winner will receive a 3D printing of their design as well as a mini 3D printed President Machine. A demonstration of Latte Art with Carmen and Manuela Fensore is sure to please the crowd.
Be sure to check out all that Faema and Slayer have to offer throughout the Barcelona Coffee Awards. For more information click here.
About Cimbali Group
Cimbali Group 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 LaCimbali, 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) and has over 750 employees.
The Group’s commitment to promoting espresso culture and the local area led to the foundation of the 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, the Gruppo Cimbali coffee machine academy, a training, promotion and research centre.