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
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
After a hugely successful competition in London, Coffee Masters is back and ready to take on New York City. Applications to contend are now open, so if you think you can make a world-class coffee and Signature Drink video worthy of an Oscar, then click here. In other exciting news, we can now finally
He’s only gone and done it again…Ben Morrow has claimed the title of Coffee Masters for the second time, this time in London. Representing ST. ALi Family, Australia, New York Coffee Masters 2015 winner Ben, came fresh from the World Latte Art Championship in Shanghai to compete in the second Coffee Masters London. Yuko Inoue of Timberyard
They might be able to deal with pressure profiling or perfecting latte art design, but how do Coffee Masters contenders measure up when we quiz them? In our first Barista Face Off we bring you two passionate baristas with exceptional attention to detail.