We recruited the best of the best Coffee Masters judges and MCs to join us at The London Coffee Festival 2020. Comprising legendary names from the world of specialty coffee, we are delighted to announce… ANNE LUNELL – HEAD JUDGE Coffee Masters Head Judge Anne Lunell is a Swedish Barista Champion, Brewers Cup
WITH APPLICATIONS FOR COFFEE MASTERS™ AT THE LONDON COFFEE FESTIVAL WELL UNDERWAY, 2019 WINNER ROB CLARIJS SHARES HIS ADVICE ON HOW TO MAKE A STANDOUT APPLICATION. Returning for its sixth edition at LCF, Coffee Masters is the barista’s ultimate test of knowledge, skill, nerve and showmanship, with a £5000 prize and an internationally acclaimed title for the taking. This
If the opportunity to win the title ‘Coffee Master London 2018’ and a glorious cheque for £5,000 weren’t reasons enough to apply to compete in Coffee Masters at The London Coffee Festival, then news that the competition machine of choice is Faema’s E71 is sure to entice.
Having competed for the first time in 2016, Erika Vonie returned to New York Coffee Masters with one heck of a bang, stealing the winner trophy from the grasp of another 15 contenders. She’s had just over a week now to digest the news and let all the fuss die-down — but not for long.
James Wise was yesterday announced winner of Coffee Masters London, 2017! Nick Maybe of Assembly Coffee came in second place, following just behind with 72.5 points to James’ 82.5. Huge, huge, huge congratulations to James, Nick, and all of the other competitors. And massive thank you’s to our sponsors: Faema, Caravan Coffee Roasters, Mahlkonig, Brita, Alpro, Acme
After a hugely successful competition in New York, Coffee Masters is back and ready to take on London. Putting the baristas through their paces and giving you the low-down live at the event this year will be… Anne Lunell Anne is a Swedish Barista and Brewers champion and the visionary behind Koppi, an
Jeff Kennedy and Bridget Dunn are the owners of Acme & Co, the New Zealand based specialty coffee cup brand that you see all over the globes in many of the world’s very best cafes. Acme & Co is also the cup sponsor of Coffee Masters, London 2017. We sat down with Jeff and Bridget to
Copious tears of happiness were shed this Sunday evening when Yuko Inoue was announced winner of Coffee Masters NYC, 2016. Having flown half way around the world to represent London’s Timberyard, the pressure on Yuko to take home the crown must have been immense — especially having gotten so close (Yuko was runner-up) in
Coffee Masters New York may be over for this year, but fear not. It’s returning to its original home – London – next April. And, we’re thrilled to announce the line-up of sponsors: Caravan Coffee Roasters, Faema, Mahlkonig, Brita, Alpro and Acme & Co. For not one, but three whole years Caravan Coffee Roasters will be supporting the
Jordan Michelman – co-founder and senior editor of Sprudge.com, the world’s most popular online coffee publication – gives us his take on Coffee Masters ahead of The London Coffee Festival…