The U.S. Barista Championship at the Coffee and Tea Festival
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The last date listed for Coffee and Tea Festival was Sunday February 26, 2012 / 11:00am to 5:00pm.
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Celebrate the holidays while gazing at NYC's skyline and world-famous landmarks on the 1920s-style yacht Manhattan decorated in festive seasonal decor. This 90-minute cruise offers unlimited hot cocoa and cookies, a complimentary beer, wine or champagne from the bar, plus live entertainment of either sing-along holiday carols or two jazz trio sets. See Battery Park, South Street Seaport, Governor's Island, The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and so much more from the yacht's heated, cozy back-deck salon. Learn More
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The United States Barista Championship is an action-packed competition where baristi demonstrate their talent and craft. The competition is designed to highlight the craft of the barista and espresso-based beverage production.
As seen on the Food Network’s hit show Unwrapped and selected as one of the 10 Best New York Events April 2009, by www.10best.com, "the Coffee And Tea Festival is a celebration of everything related to coffee and tea,” said Lynda Calimano, Event Producer. “We’re especially delighted this year to host the United States Barista Championship. Attendees are in for a real treat,” she added.
The event offers two days of fun and interactive classes/lectures/demos from well-known industry pros and pioneers. Programming highlights include topics as varied as coffee cupping & tasting, afternoon tea etiquette, making tea cocktails, and incorporating coffee into your favorite recipes. Included among the featured exhibitors are Melitta, Tavalon Tea, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Jalima Coffee, Fang Gourmet Tea, Shapna Tea & Coffee, Peet’s Coffee, TeaClassics, Hancha Tea, Runa, Unique Coffee Roasters, Srina, Honest Tea, Best International Tea, Pride of India, Tea Association of the U.S.A. and the National Coffee Association. The event will also help raise funds and awareness for Cup for Education, a non-profit group that provides help to the poor rural coffee communities of Central and Latin America.