Gearing up for World of Coffee 2019

Every year in June, World of Coffee brings together the specialty coffee community in a different European city. After stops in Amsterdam, Dublin, Rimini and Maastricht, this year’s event will be held in Berlin, 6-8 June.

World of Coffee brings together coffee roasters, baristas, producers, and other professionals from around the world along with the latest products and innovations. Over 250 exhibitors from 50 countries will be taking part in World of Coffee 2019 – paired with a line-up of talks, cuppings, interactive platforms such as the Design Lab, and the Best New Product Awards.

This year, World of Coffee will also be hosting the renowned World Coffee Championships in the categories “World Latte Art, “World Coffee in Good Spirits”, “World Cup Tasters”and “Cezve/Ibrik”.

Organised by the Specialty Coffee Association (SCA), the umbrella organization for specialty coffee, World of Coffee serves as an open forum for an inclusive discussion with and within the specialty coffee community. The SCA’s goal is to continually raise coffee standards worldwide, to promote specialty coffee, and to establish a fair, sustainable industry for everyone along the entire coffee supply chain.

World of Coffee 2019 Show Features:

Roaster Villages
Around 70 micro-roasters will present the latest, most innovative coffees, roast them on-location and brew them for visitors to try. The Roaster Villages offer visitors a glimpse into the current trends in terms of coffee sourcing, handling, roasting, brewing and sales.

Design Lab
A public platform that presents different submitted projects in the areas of “coffee spaces”, “vessels”, “packaging”and “branding”.

Best New Product Competition and Display
World of Coffee highlights products in a range of categories – from technology all the way to coffee beans – as well as tea accessories. The products and accessories are evaluated based on quality as well as usefulness in the specialty coffee and tea industry.

Every year, World of Coffee welcomes industry experts to inspire, educate and motivate coffee professionals and expand their knowledge. The following areas will be discussed: “Humanities & Social Sciences”, “Sustainability”, “Science &Innovation”, “Coffee Farming & Processing”, “Roasting & Retailing”, “Trading & Commerce”.

Automating Excellence
The Automating Excellence area brings together major super automatic machine manufacturers to a space where attendees can taste the world’s finest coffee brewed by a selection of the most innovative fully automated machines.


Tea & Coffee Trade Journal will be exhibiting at World of Coffee – swing by stand i51 for your complementary copy!

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