Denmark’s team leader, Karen, ceremoniously switches wigs with Jose after it is announced that Team Denmark took top honors at this year’s NBC.
You may wonder how the five teams in the Nordic Barista Cup are scored? Well, they are evaluated on team spirit and enthusiasm, coffee knowledge and abilities
Tim Wendelboe from Oslo, Norway won the Nordic Roaster competition held Saturday 19th of September in Reykjavík, Iceland.
The 2009 evaluation helps us in our planning towards Oslo 2010 and to find out what is hot in the coffee world and what is not!
It’s impossible to put into words what a Gala Dinner and after party at a Nordic Barista Cup event is like… you just have to experience one yourself
Denmark’s team leader, Karen, ceremoniously switches her blond wig with Jose’s Elvis wig after it is announced that Team Denmark took top honors at this year’s NBC.
Tim Wendelboe and Tim Varney happily hold the trophy for the Nordic Roaster. Tim Wendelboe is the winner for the second year in a row. Bravo, Tim! Here are the rest of the results for the total 10 roasting companies involved in the event.
Andreas Hertzberg of Solberg & Hansen takes his tray of the 10 coffees in the Nordic Roaster competition to a quiet spot where he can taste them all and vote for his one favorite.
In the true spirit of the Nordic Barista Cup, there’s no telling who will be the winner until the end of this entire event, which concludes tonight—Saturday (um, er make that Sunday morning, given the way these people party).