Team Sweden not only won the honour and the NBC trophy at the Nordic Barista Cup 2013 – they also won a trip to Brazil, kindly sponsored by Brazilian Specialty Coffee Association. On the Swedish team were Anna Nordström, Oskar Alverus and Tobias Palm. Unfortunately Tobias could not go, so he kindly gave his seat […]
We are proud to announce the preliminary speakers at Nordic Roaster Forum 2013.
Here you find the program for Nordic Roaster Forum 2013. We hope to see you in Reykjavík from 8th-9th November. Or else you can watch the videos from the forum online. They will be posted thorugh out the event.
On 8.-9. of November Nordic Roaster Forum will be held in Iceland. Half of the NRF tickets are already sold – even before we announced any program details. Thank you for trusting us! Here is some more information about the event:
The evaluation shows tendencies from Nordic Barista Cup 2013. From the evaluation sheets we learn that people had a very positive experience overall. People were positive towards the of many of the lectures, the food, the importance of the event and the atmosphere as a whole. Still there are some things to do better for next year.
Dear friends. Thank you for a great Nordic Barista Cup. Unfortunately we have to inform you, that there has been some mis-counting in the Nordic Roaster Espresso competition.
The one seat which was available for the Nordic Roaster competition has been taken before anyone could say “Oslo”. The lucky roaster is
There is one seat available for the Nordic Roaster competition, which will take place during Nordic Barista Cup 2013 in Oslo. The first roaster to sign up for the (one) seat will be in the competition. Read the rules for the NR 2013 competition here. You can sign up by sending an email to Björg […]
The NBC bazaar is happening again this year. Off course the (in)famous WBC Goat is on sale again to the highest bidder along with other products, donated by our sponsors and friends.
This year at NBC we have Brazil as the focus country. We are excited to present coffees, culture and speakers from Brazil. Brazil produces 50 million bags (á 60 kg) of coffee every year. The average productivity is 10,12 bags pr acre. Here is an outline of the Brazilian coffee producing regions: