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World Brewers Cup Champion goes to Tetsu Kasuya of Japan

After three intense days of competition, Tetsu Kasuya of Japan has emerged victorious at the 2016 World Brewers Cup, brought to you by Hario. This is Kasuya’s first WBRC win capping off an ...

Introducing the WBC Team Competition

In 2000, the World Barista Championship was born. By the end of the WBC in Dublin, they will have crowned seventeenth World Barista Champion. The history of the WBC has seen many evolutions ...

WBC 2016: Quarta Caffè is ready to represent Italy

LECCE (Italy) - The Salento-based company Quarta Caffe’ will represent the whole of Italy at the World Barista Championship 2016. The team, lead by Edoardo...

Super sound party celebrates the official launch of Faema E71

“Super sound party” is the FAEMA event celebrating the official launch of the new FAEMA E71. Come and join us on June 24th from...

PulyCAFF at WOC: the cleaning culture in a clean stand

It is almost time for the appointment with the World of Coffee in Dublin, the event organized by Scae scheduled from June 23 to...

Ditta Artigianale’s coffee for the first time at WOC

FLORENCE - Ditta Artigianale, coffee bar and micro roastery dedicated to specialty coffee, directed by Francesco Sanapo (www.dittaartigianale.it) will attend for the first time...

2016 WBC Barista champions from Europe

MACERATA (Italy) - There are twenty-seven champion baristas from European countries admitted to the 2016 World Barista Championship scheduled in a few days in...

La Marzocco Comes to Dublin for World of Coffee

FLORENCE (Italy) - La Marzocco, world leading manufacturer of handmade espresso machines, will be exhibiting at World of Coffee, the global gathering for industry players...

Sandalj Trending Company at WOC 2016

TRIESTE (Italy) - At the Italian importer’s stand, visitors can sample a number of single origin coffees from Central America and Africa, along with...

Victoria Arduino: Roasters in Dublin for Why Every Gram Matters

Each coffee requires a different ‘brew ratio’, that is a different percentage ratio of the weight of ground coffee and the liquid in the cup. Moreover, this ‘brew ratio’ may also vary depending ...

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