The largest annual low trade event in the US. is for the first time in its 29-year history opening its doors to consumers. This year the event is happening in Seattle. It guarantees to provide coffee enthusiasts, a rare chance to try coffees from a number of the world’s most famed producers, roasters and baristas.
Organized by the Specialty Coffee Association — the name given following the recent merger of the biggest low trade organizations within the U.S. and Europe — the Global Specialty Coffee Expo welcome members of the general public on the final day, Sunday, April 23 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Washington State Convention Center. Tickets price $50.
This annual event usually attracts 10,000 people from throughout the coffee world. Sundays area unit the slowest days, but on this Sunday, the general public can see the final stage of the United States of America coffee Championships, and the “crowning” of the 2017 United States of America Barista Champion.
The public attendees will have access to the expo-hall.