Competition brewing coffee world level which has just been held, one of the important event of the year.
Dublin- Ireland seems increasingly crowded just weeks. In addition to competition on the global scale, an Aeropress expo International level coffee also do not miss the race held in the city. World of Coffee Expo.
When this article was written – indeed just finished on 25 June. But the ECHO is still hot and these issues are of course still very interesting to talk about.
On the whole, it's not just coffee, but also presented two competitions of the world that have been eagerly awaited by many fans because of its position which is pretty exciting in the world of coffee:
The World Barista Championship and the World Cup Brewers. So, blessed are you who happened to be there and attend this event;
It's an interesting competition on both the World championship and World Barista Brewers Cup. In addition to each competition which has only one female finalist, at the event that also looks pretty many Asian faces. The finalists coming into the finale this time round is not only dominated by faces West.
|Berg Wu The Winner World Barista Championship 2016 (Soource)|
#World Barista Championship
The WBC this year 2016 competition followed by more than 60 countries, but there are only 6 finalists who may come into the final round. The six finalists end of it are as follows:
• Ben Put from Monogram Coffee, Canada
• Charlotte Malaval from Project Artigianale, France
• Yoshikazu Iwase from Rec Collective co., Japan
• Lem Butler of Counter Culture Coffee, American
• Berg Wu from Simple first Kaffa, Taiwan
• Lex Wenneker from Espresso Service West, Netherlands
This event is getting interesting again because winning World Barista Championship this year was Berg Wu from Taiwan. Wow. Wu also became a professional (in the field) the coffee the right to bear the title of Champions since the WBC was held in 2000. If curious coffee beans that used Wu so that led him to become a champion, he wore a Geisha coffee varieties planted by plantation Finca Deborah, in Panama. The estate itself is located at an altitude of 1,900 MAS and indeed specifically earmarked for planting only Geisha varieties only. Well, the more curious as enjoyable as anything this coffee. Welcome to Berg Wu World Barista champion this year!
|Tetsu Kasuya The Winner Brewer World Cup Championship 2016 (Source)|
#Brewers World Cup
Equally, Interestingly with the World Barista Championship event World Brewers Cup 2016 is also dominated by Asian faces quite a lot. Even the amount evenly with the participants from Western countries. In addition, the winner of the World Cup last year Brewers from Norway, Odd-Steinar Tøllefsen, again trying his luck in this year.
More information the sixth finalist World Brewers Cup 2016 are:
• Todd Goldsworthy of Klatch Coffee, American
• Tetsu Kasuya of the Coffee Factory, Japan
• Odd-Steinar Tøllefsen of Supreme Roastworks the U.S., Norway
• Chad Wang from China, Taiwan Jascaffee
• Mikaela Wallgren from The Coffee Collective, Finland
• Benny Wong of The Cupping Room, Hong Kong
Competition coffee 2016 Championship is really full of interesting surprises. Brewers World Cup 2016 ever won by Asians as well, namely Tetsu Kasuya from Japan. So, arguably, in 2016 Asians really do rule the world coffee scene. Nice. Best wishes from other countries also could be in the same scene, someday.
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