Winners will be the Brazilian representatives in the world championships of each category
The Brazilian Association of Special Cafés BSCA has defined the dates of the next Brazilian Barism Championships, competitions that it holds in partnership with the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency Apex-Brasil as actions of the sectoral project "Brazil. The Coffee Nation".on".
The Brazilian Championships of Latte Art and Coffee in Good Spirits will be held between August 16 and 18, in the city of São Lourenço MG, in partnership with Unique Cafés Especiais and Production Eventos. The Torra dispute, which will have cooperation from Leogap, is scheduled for the first week of September this year, in Curitiba PR.PR).
The national competitions of Barista, Cup Tasters and Brewers Cup are scheduled to take place, with support from Café Editora, within the schedule of the International Week of Café SIC, the largest national fair in the sector, which will take place in Belo Horizonte MG, from 20 to 22 November this year.ano.
The Brazilian Roasting Championship that will take place in September of this year in Curitiba has also had its place defined for the 2020 competition. The dispute will take place at O'Coffee, in Pedregulho SP, in February next year.vem.
All Brazilian champions of barism, in their different categories, stamp their passport for the competition of the world competition representing Brazil. BSCA has become, since 2016,National Body givesWorld Coffee Events (WCE, organizer of the World Barista Championship (WBC and holder of competition rights worldwide. This condition gives the Association the right to perform the qualifying stages of world competitions, which lead Brazilian champions to the final stage of international competitions in its seven modalities..
BRAZIL. THE COFFEE NATION
The sectoral project "Brazil. The Coffee Nation" is developed by BSCA and Apex-Brasil and focuses on the commercial promotion of Brazilian specialty coffees on the foreign market. The objective is to reinforce the image of national products worldwide and position Brazil as a high quality supplier, using the latest technology resulting from research conducted in the country. The project also aims to expose the exclusive certification and traceability processes adopted in the national production of specialty coffees, highlighting its socio-environmental responsibility and incorporating a competitive advantage in Brazilian products.
Started in 2008, the current project runs until May 2020, with the following target markets: i Germany, Australia, Canada, China, South Korea, United States, Italy, Japan, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, United Kingdom United Kingdom, Russia, Taiwan Taiwan and Turkey for specialty raw coffees; and ii Argentina, China and the United States for products from the roasting and milling industry. Companies that are not yet part of the project can obtain more information directly from BSCA, by calling 35 3212-4705 / 35 3212-6302 or by e-maildo e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.