It was a rare morning where I did not have coffee before I left home. I was in New York, a city run by caffeine. As I walked, I was calm but excited. I was heading to the York Coffee festival. About the festival
The New York Coffee festival is a celebration of the local coffee scene. It is an experience where coffee professionals and lovers come together to share knowledge, get inspired and learn.
This year’s festival had over 80 vendors and coffee educators on three floors of Manhattan’s Metropolitan Pavilion. the festival was broken up into sessions to allow as many people as possible to flow through the show. The floor plan was expertly laid out so the attendees could flow through any part of the festival with ease. My time there
I attended Sundays Morning session. New York wakes up slowly on Sunday so I thought it would be the slowest one. I was there to bask in the free-flowing coffee in all its variety and forms and find some inspiration for future endeavors. Within my first five minutes at the show, Ape & Peacocks Coffee roasters poured me a delicious sample of their Guji Ethiopia. It was a coffee with fruity notes that the made me smile and set the tone for the day. I checked out Bio Hazard coffee which I had a small sample of. They add extra caffeine and I wanted to pace myself. My Next stop was Devocion who made me a […]