Please tell us a little about yourself:
Co-Founder of Prolog Coffee in Copenhagen. When not coffee-ing, I like to play drums.
What are you excited to do in Boston?:
I’m super excited to meet up with so many fellow coffee-loving people from all over the world. Also super excited to visit the states for the first time.
Please list the coffee competitions you have participated in, what year they took place, and your results:
Danish Barista Chapmionship 2019: 1st Place
World Barista Championship 2018: 44th Place
Danish barista Championship 2018: 1st Place
Danish Barista Chapmionship 2017: 4th Place
Danish Barista Championship 2015: Disqualified
How do you see the coffee industry changing in the future?:
We will work more and more profesionally in the coffee bars. Green coffee will be produced more sustainable.
Where do you see yourself in five years?:
Still trying to make Prolog a beautiful place to enjoy coffee. Still trying to source and roast beautiful coffees at Prolog Coffee Roastery.
What are your interests outside of coffee?:
Music, Drums, Piano, Wine, Food, Nature, The Sea.
Is there anyone you would like to thank or recognize, or who helped you to prepare for the WBC?:
Sebastian Quistorff – damn awesome business partner.
Bo Lindegaard for all the amazing creative work and ideas.
Lasse Askov – for always being a great Chef.
Marie – most patient and lovely girlfriend.
The super Prolog staff: Thomas, Igor, Shin, Nic, Therese, Sergej.
Nobuaki Matsui – coffee sensei.