3rd Wave Coffee

Latte art

Reposted with permission from the Canadian Barista Institute:

The early days of the third wave coffee movement were successful ones because third wave cafes were dedicated to brewing quality, fresh coffee and providing a customer experience that was a combination of education, hospitality and speed. But somewhere along the way the third wave coffee movement mutated into what is referred to as the fourth wave coffee movement…

Learn More here: https://canadianbaristainstitute.com/blogs/news/why-the-third-wave-coffee-movement-stalled-how-to-kick-start-it-again

Stephen Morrissey, 2008 World Barista Champion

In the video you will learn what to expect as a competitor and how the competitions are scored. This video is well worth watching to learn from one of the great baristas. Enjoy!

Congratulations 2020 Champs

2020 Canadian National Barista Championship (CNBC) Results

  1. Jill Hoff – Monogram Coffee – Calgary, AB
  2. Ben Put, Monogram Coffee – Calgary, AB
  3. Cole Torode, Rosso Coffee Roasters – Calgary, AB

2020 Canadian National Coffee in Good Spirits Championship

March 1st to 3rd,  2020 in Toronto, Ontario

1. Nelson Phu from @rossocoffeeroasters – Calgary, AB
2. Stacey Lynden from @harkencoffee – Vancouver, BC
3. Michelle Ocfemia from @pilotcoffee – Toronto, ON

2020 Canadian National Latte Art Competition

March 1st to 3rd, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario

1. Nelson Phu from @rossocoffeeroasters – Calgary, AB
2. Venice Vallega from @boxcar_social – Toronto, ON
3. Anskar Shin from @tlscoffee – Toronto, ON

2020 Canadian National Brewers Cup Champion

1st Place – Ply Pasarj from Rogue Wave Coffee – Edmonton, AB

2nd Place – Griffin Reichl from Timbertrain – Vancouver, BC

3rd Place – Santiago Lopez from The Colombian – Edmonton, AB