The Specialty Coffee Association is pleased to announce that testing for qualified equipment for use in the World Coffee Championships (WCC) has commenced, as part of the SCA Certified Commercial Equipment Program. Equipment submitted to the program will undergo performance testing using a set of standards and evaluation developed by industry experts. This program is [...]
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Updated Rules & Regulations have been announced for the 2021 World Latte Art, World Coffee in Good Spirits, and World Coffee Roasting Championships, scheduled to take place at the Taipei International Coffee Show in November. You can find the rules and scoresheets for each of the competitions linked below, with changes broadly focused on COVID-19 [...]
All-Stars Online is returning for a third season, with six top-ranking World Coffee Championship (WCC) competitors coming to your screen twice-weekly, beginning next Tuesday, April 6. The All-Stars program celebrates some of the best competitive coffee makers in the world in a fun, engaging format, which we are adapting to bring directly to you. Each [...]
Martha Grill joins us for the first episode of Season 3 of All-Stars Online—watch to learn more about her coffee career, placing in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Barista Championship, and more! Photo: Igor do Vale View this post on Instagram A post [...]
Join Chad's Episode:April 13: Out now — stream above!April 15 - 5 PM CST / 10 AM BST: Instagram Live with the Barista GuildAll-Stars features top-ranking competitors from the World Coffee Championships and is a great way to learn more about their coffee experiences and insights in a fun, informal [...]
Supported By: Licor 43 is a premium liqueur produced in Cartagena, Spain, from a secret Spanish family recipe of 43 natural ingredients; including Mediterranean citrus fruit, and selected botanicals. Licor 43 and coffee share similar and complimentary tasting notes, and it [...]
Qualified Sponsors provide the equipment & products that competitors use on stage for a three-year term, with the most recent qualified sponsorship running from 2018 to 2020. With the cancelation of the 2020 World Coffee Championships (WCC) this term was extended for all qualified sponsors by one year, to include the 2021 WCC. Today [...]
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