I absolutely love coffee. I mean how else would I start my day? You can bet, I was excited to FINALLY go to The New York Coffee Festival. I’ve been dying to go the past few years and I was so happy to go!
The weekend was filled with a series of tournaments, showcases, and hands-on workshops throughout the weekend, sponsored by Barista Attitude, Fiorenzato, Pietro Grinders, ACME, Eight Ounce, Matcha Direct, Battenkill Valley Milk Creamery, Willa’s, Espresso State of Mind, Espresso Parts, and Supergood.
In addition to offering delicious street food like crêpes and pork buns, coffee cocktails, live music and coffee-inspired art, 100% of profits are donated to NYC-based Charity: water partnering with Project Waterfall to deliver life-changing water projects in coffee-growing regions. Since 2011, Project Waterfall has raised over $2 million, bringing clean water to more than 80,000 people across seven countries.
This year’s New York Coffee Festival raised over $31k for Project Waterfall who, in partnership with NYC-based charity: water, helps deliver life-changing water projects in coffee-growing regions. Find out more about Project Waterfall at projectwaterfall.org and charity: water at charitywater.org.
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