2020 U.S. Coffee Championship Qualifiers


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[A]fter an action-packed weekend in Sumner, Washington, earlier this month, the U.S. Coffee Championship qualifiers will next venture to Nashville and Orange County where professionals from around the country will compete to represent the U.S. in the World Championships. 

The Nashville qualifiers, which will feature the Barista, Brewers Cup, Coffee in Good Spirits, Cup Tasters, and Roaster competitions, are January 11-12 at Track One. Tickets for Nashville will be $5 thanks to sponsorship from S&D Coffee and Tea. 

February 21-23 in Orange County, along with Cup Tasters, Coffee in Good Spirits, and Roaster qualifiers, competitors will battle it out at the Barista and Brewers Cup Championships

Coinciding with the 2020 Specialty Coffee Expo in Portland, Oregon, the Cup Tasters, Coffee in Good Spirits, and Roaster championships will determine who will go on to compete in Melbourne and Warsaw next year.

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