It rained earlier, and the ground is still wet, but the clouds are beginning to break up, and it looks like we may have some nice weather for the rest of the event, the outdoor section at least.
The clouds continued to hold off the rain here in the public square of Nytorv while the barista teams hit the pavement with coffee in one hand a pail in the other.
You recall, of course, the box full of an odd combination of ingredients which barista teams were given by Anders Selmer
Any lingering questions competitors and attendees might have had about the Clover brewing machine were put to rest with a competition pitting the five Nordic Barista teams
Was it a world record? I’m not sure, but it certainly was entertaining. In two five-minute sessions, each team poured as many works as latte art as they possibly could.
OK, so what would you do after an intense day of competition in the middle of a bustling, beautiful city? Get crazy, of course!
Way, way too much hot pink, leg warmers, braided headbands, and other objects best left behind to the Jazzercize era reared their heads at an eighties theme party
Hjörtur Matthías Skúlason Hjörtur has been working for Kaffitár since 2001. He soon proved himself to be an able barista and the same year was promoted to manager of one of Kaffitár’s busiest coffee houses, in the Kringlan shopping mall.
Dear coffee friends!The 3rd Nordic Barista Cup 2005 awaits you!! This year the venue is in the old Viking city of Oslo, Norway through the days from the 22nd to the 24th of September.