A two day true festival of coffee. Taste all the great coffee you can. Eat local food and hang out with drinks and music. Bring coffee home to those you love.
“Twenty Four Roasters Each Day, Multiple Espresso Bars, Cold Brew, Hands-on Latte Art, Espresso, Cupping and Roasting Classes, SCA Education Centre, Panel Discussions, SCA National Barista Championships, Local Food, Libations, Music, and Vendors.
We are for coffee, not for-profit. “
Get ready to AeroPresssssssss! We're thrilled to be bringing back the Toronto Regional AeroPress Championship for the 2018 season in collaboration with Canada Specialty Coffee Association & Beanstock Festival. The Competition will be hosted at Quantum Coffee and will start promptly at 6pm on Friday May 25th. This event will also be the *official* opening party for the 2018 Canadian Barista Championship and Beanstock festival! We can't wait!! We welcome all people, and encourage all levels of coffee expertise to participate.
***THANK YOU TO OUR INCREDIBLE SPONSORS WHO ARE MAKING THIS EVENT POSSIBLE!***
Hatch - Official Coffee Sponsor!
Quantum Coffee - Offical Host Sponsor
**More sponsors will be coming online as the event nears... so stay tuned! And, please reach out if you'd like to contribute to the event: firstname.lastname@example.org
Toronto Coffee & Tea Expo 2018
The city’s buzziest two-day event, the Toronto Coffee & Tea Expo, is back for a second year to unearth and celebrate Toronto’s world-class café culture.
On Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15 from 11 am to 6 pm, guests will experience the city’s top brews and discover industry tips, emerging trends and new beans from local vendors and indie cafes.
Find out what's brewing in the minds of our leading coffee and tea innovators, savour samples and participate in new and returning hands-on workshops - like TIY (Tea It Yourself) and Espresso-Making. Guests also cast their votes at the “best cup” competition alongside a celebrity judge panel on Sunday at 3 pm.
Tickets: $15, https://torontocoffeeandtea.com/join-today/
JOIN US in a fun and casual discussion about the Monk of Mokha written by Dave Eggers along with a unique opportunity to sample three different coffees sourced from Yemen by Mokhtar Alkhanshali! We can't wait to share ideas and taste these delicious coffees with you.
$10 to buy a ticket & reserve your spot: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coffee-book-club-tasting-the-monk-of-mokha-tickets-43902066262
Propeller Coffee Co's Inaugural LATTE ROYAL a latte art throwdown welcoming 32 competitors, amazing prizes, and proceeds in support of the incredible folks at Food4Farmers. Tickets to compete & watch $7
Tickets & More details here: https://propellercoffee.com/public/courses.html
Join Barista Paul Tseng for a two-hour workshop to learn the basics of brewing coffee at home. Cost: $50. Register online.
Taste coffees with Felix Cha the 2017 Canadian Cup Taster's Champion. Learn how to taste coffee, about different types of processing, roast profiles, etc, etc!
Register by phone: 416 546 4349(no text messages) or in Person at— 80 Gladstone Rd.
Get your milk pitchers ready Toronto! Our friends at Sorry Coffee Co are having a birthday party & throwdown on SEPTEMBER 16th and you're invited.
Here are the details:
Sorry is turning 2 and we are going to throwdown! Send an email to email@example.com along with a photo of your work (free pour only) by Sept 10 to enter the competition with a Grand prize worth $1000. Details of the event will be sent to you if you have been selected.
Please RSVP to the same email by September 13 if you wish to attend! All are welcome
There will be beers, ice cream and fun to be had!
DETAILS FROM HATCH:
We will host our first public coffee cupping, as part of an on going Workshop Series.⠀
Our workshops are hands-on, so space is limited to 3 groups (with a maximum of two people per group).⠀
To avoid the spread of cooties :P, each group will have their own set of coffees.⠀
This is a small, free, hands-on class, so don't hesitate to join, ask questions and learn about specialty coffee.⠀
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us to dig into Jazz Age New York's underbelly and the advent of modern toxicology when we discuss the Poisoners Handbook written by Pulitzer Prize winner Deborah Blum