Baristas and coffee enthusiasts across Northern Luzon are in for a thrill as Baristas’ Quest conquers Baguio City in the next leg of Baristas’ Quest—with the Latte Art Throwdown.
Participants from Baguio City and neighboring provinces joined in this cupping event. Artists who can create designs using milk joined this Coffee + Art: Latte Art Throwdown held at Hallroom Coffee in Baguio City.
Baristas’ Quest is a month-long campaign of competitions created to empower and promote camaraderie amongst Filipino baristas and coffee enthusiasts, and to showcase their skills in making coffee. The first leg of the competition took place in Davao and the final one will be held in Cebu City.
Michael Harris Lim, President and CEO of Henry & Sons Trading and Manufacturing Company, Inc., who is also the 2019 Philippine National Barista Champion and the 2019 World Barista Championship Semi-Finalist, leads the Baristas’ Quest campaign.
For the final leg of Baristas’ Quest, individuals who can extract rich coffee flavors into a cup may register for the Kettle + Cup: Coffee Brewing Challenge that is set to happen at Tightrope Coffee in Cebu City on July 25. Registration is free. Interested participants may register at bit.ly/BaristaQuest-Cebu.
The champions of these competitions will get the chance to represent his or her region by getting a competitor sponsorship package for the National Coffee Championships, a travel allowance and accommodation to the Philippine National Barista Assembly happening this September 20 at the SMX Convention Center Aura, and a Comandante Grinder! These events are co-sponsored by the venue partners.
To know more about Barista Quest visit www.facebook.com/baristasquest/ or contact Tony Dy at 0917.153.1188.
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