Hasbean Cupping – May 2022 – London

From experienced baristas to complete coffee newbies, we’d love to see you. The evening is absolutely free and you’ll get the chance to cup some delicious coffees and perhaps swat up on your coffee knowledge, too! Drop us a quick DM if you’re intending to join us.

Climpson & Sons Cupping Club – Water & Coffee

It is an opportunity to connect over coffee again! There is potential to interact and learn something new with our experienced team and guests. With topics ranging from fine-tuning your tasting abilities to decipher what you taste and put it into words; brewing; through to learnings at the roastery.

Climpson & Sons Cupping Club – Sonic Seasoning

It is an opportunity to connect over coffee again! There is potential to interact and learn something new with our experienced team and guests. With topics ranging from fine-tuning your tasting abilities to decipher what you taste and put it into words; brewing; through to learnings at the roastery.

London Coffee Festival 2023

The London Coffee Festival returns from 20 – 23 April 2023 and promises to be an unmissable event for discerning coffee lovers and those working in the coffee scene.

Featuring over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and so much more.
Whilst the rules around Covid-19 safety protocols have changed, we still endeavour to create a safe and clean environment for alll those attending.

Brighton Coffee Festival 2022

After a brief hiatus due to Covid-19, Brighton Coffee Festival is back with a brand new look and a brand new location.

BCF 2022
Sunday 14th August
One Church, Gloucester Place

New for 2022, BCF will be taking over the entire One Church on Gloucester Place, showcasing multiple floors of traders and a brand new outdoor food court space.

– New Location: One Church
– 2022 Coffee Sponsor: Skylark
– Live Talks
– Attractions
– Food Vendors
– Plus more to be announced

BCF 2022
14.08.22
One Church, Gloucester Place

SPONSORS:
– Coffee Sponsor: Skylark
– More to be announced

*Please note at this stage One Church Brighton is not a disabled access friendly venue. We are working with the venue to provide a solution on this before 14th August. If you have any queries please feel free to contact Brighton Coffee Festival.

An evening of coffee and discussion with Bentwood Coffee

We care about your coffee. The name Bentwood relates to the material that was ubiquitous in the first coffee houses, where artists, intellectuals, business people and just everyone attracted by a good drink and conversation gathered. Especially in Vienna, where the company’s founder was born, coffee houses became the center of social life and the characteristic interior was easily recognised by chairs, coat stands and other interior with elements of Bentwood.

Come along to Prufrock Coffee to meet Manuel, the creator of Bentwood, hear how the company started and why their grinders are precision tools for the inspired. Our friends at Victoria Arduino and 3Temp will be there on the night helping to brew delicious espresso and filter coffee using the V63 grinder, showcasing its flexibility and unique taste experience.

The evening will begin at 6:30pm, where you are invited to come along to meet everyone and taste some delicious coffees. At 7:30pm, Manuel will present Bentwood, going through all of the finer details and followed by an open discussion and Q&A. The evening will conclude with drinks from some of our favourite suppliers.

Triestespresso

A city with a long tradition and a rich expertise in the coffee sector, since coffee has been a fundamental part of its trade exchanges and its artisanal and industrial expertise for over 300 years.

A must-attend event for coffee professionals, featuring B2B meetings, a rich side-events calendar focused on education and innovation and the entire coffee chain on show, from bean to cup.

Next Edition will take place in Trieste from 27th to 29th October 2022.

World of Coffee 2022 – Milan

It’s been a while since we were last able to connect in-person at World of Coffee. Along with a jam-packed show floor with over 200 exhibitors, we look forward to bringing our ever-popular show features to Milan—for example Roaster Village, Best New Product Competition & Display, SCA Community Lounge, Tasting Rooms, Lectures and Workshops, and no less than five World Coffee Championships!

Manchester Coffee Festival 2022

We are an independent coffee festival that opens up the world of speciality coffee and makes it accessible to everyone.

We gather a broad range of coffee businesses under one roof to showcase exactly what they do on a daily basis.

Most of the companies involved are coffee roasters who don’t often get the chance to face the public in this way – Manchester Coffee Festival gives you an opportunity for a rare look behind the scenes and a chat with the experts.

We also pride ourselves on bringing you a packed program including coffee tastings, workshops, a chance to brew with the pro’s, the finals of national coffee competitions and plenty of opportunities to sample all the espresso you can handle!

When you need a break from all that caffeine, why not meet some specialist tea traders, taste a bit of artisan chocolate, or grab a snack from one of our local food traders?

It’s really important to us that the whole family feel welcome at the festival and so we always make sure there’s plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy.

Caffè Culture Show 2022

aking place 1-2 September 2022, the event will showcase 100s of leading international brands, an unmissable programme of industry talks, barista competitions, 1-2-1 training, workshops and more.

Bringing the coffee industry together face-to-face once more, the event is a true testament to the passion, innovation and diversity of the market that has seen it bounce back post-pandemic.

Caffè Culture is proud to support this vibrant industry, offering attendees the opportunity to explore the latest trends in products and production, widen their industry knowledge, embrace sustainability within supply chains, explore dietary alternatives, address the barista skills shortage seen within the UK and more to enable the market and culture to continue thriving.

World Coffee in Good Spirits Championship

This competition highlights the barista/barkeeper’s mixology skills in a setting where coffee and alcohol go perfectly together. From the traditional Irish Coffee (with whiskey and coffee), to unique cocktail combinations.

During the preliminary round, competitors produce four drinks – two identical hot/warm coffee and alcohol-based designer drinks, and two identical cold coffee and alcohol-based designer drinks. The six competitors with the highest preliminary round scores will compete in the final round. The final round requires competitors to produce two Irish Coffees and two coffee-and-alcohol-based designer drinks. The highest scoring final round competitor will be named the World Coffee in Good Spirits Champion.