During Brazil ICW the Barista, Brewers and Cup Tasters Championships took place.
Check the results!
the champion will represent Brazil in June 2020 at the World of Coffee in Warsaw, Poland.
1st place – Phelippe Nascimento
2nd place – Edimilson Generoso
3rd place – Matheus Tinoco
the champion will represent Brazil at the Brewers World Championship in May 2020, Australia, as part of the Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) fair.
1st place – Julia Fortini
2nd place – Garam Um
3rd place – Luis Felipe Xeviar
4th place – Rafael Mendes
5th place – Thiago Santos
6th place – Djuly Mendes
The champion will represent Brazil at the Barista World Championship in May 2020, Australia, as part of the Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) fair.
1st place – Boram Um
2nd place – Leo Moço
3rd place – Vitor Haubert
4th place – George Gepp
5th place – José Ricardo Teles
6th place – Julia Silva
Brazilian Barista Championship
Competition defines the best barista.
There are 15 minutes in which the competitor must deliver 4 espressos, 4 milk drinks and 4 signature drinks. The barista himself chooses how to conduct the presentation, that is, there is no order to follow, but he needs to explain the origin of the coffee and about all the inputs used as milk, mixtures, ingredients and creation of each drink. Hygiene, organization and creativity count on judges’ evaluation.
Brazilian Brewers Cup
This is a competition that values the ability to prepare filtered coffee, thus promoting excellence in service.
The competition consists of two steps, the playoffs and the finals. During the playoffs, competitors must complete two rounds of service – compulsory and free service. In the compulsory, three drinks are prepared using coffee beans provided by the organization. In free service, the competitor presents his coffee to the judges and explains it about the origin, the choice of the grain and the method.
Brazilian Cup Tasters Championship
This championship awards the professional who demonstrates ability in sensory distinction of specialty coffees.
In this competition, the participant’s goal is to be able to point out the different cups. There are eight triangles in which two cups have the same coffee and one the different coffee. The goal is to distinguish, as quickly as possible, which is the different cup, using your skills of smell, taste, attention and a lot of experience.
For more information contact:
BSCA – Brazil Specialty Coffee Association
(35) 3212-4705 / (35) 3212-6302 • firstname.lastname@example.org