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Posted on: August 28th, 2014 by Israel Serna

Join Counter Culture Coffee and Wilbur Curtis Co. at  Durham Convention Center for 3 days of coffee competitions featuring top baristas and coffee professionals in the region. Competitor, Judge, Volunteer and Spectator registration is now open! *This registration does not allow you to compete. You can register to compete by clicking here. Thursday, November 20

Tickets & Schedule of Events

Posted on: August 20th, 2014 by Israel Serna

Join us for 3 days of competition featuring 75+ of the region’s top baristas & coffee professionals. Watch them battle it out for the regional title! We will also be featuring an onsite cafe that will be serving complimentary espresso based beverages prepared by a local barista. Come support and get an insider’s look into what

Become a Judge

Posted on: July 21st, 2014 by Israel Serna

Become a regional coffee competition judge Do you have a strong barista background or relevant coffee tasting experience? Are you looking to become involved in the U.S. regional coffee competitions? Have a strong cupping or tasting background that involves the use of a scored cupping sheet? Becoming certified as a U.S. Coffee Championships (USCC) Regional

Tickets & Schedule of Events

Posted on: December 12th, 2013 by Israel Serna

Join us for 3 days of competition featuring 80+ of the region’s top baristas & coffee professionals. Watch them battle it out for the regional title! We will also be featuring an onsite cafe that will be serving complimentary espresso based beverages prepared by a local barista. Come support and get an insider’s look into what

U.S. Barista Championship

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 by Wes Buckwalter

The regional coffee competitions include performances from professional baristas over a 3-day event. In a 15-minute presentation, competitors prepare and serve three courses of espresso based beverages to a panel of four sensory judges, two technical judges and one head judge. Competitors strive for a harmonious balance of sweetness, bitterness, acidity, and aromatics. A signature

U.S. Barista Championship

Posted on: October 20th, 2013 by nick

The U.S. Barista Championship hosted by Espresso Supply, Inc. The United States Barista Championship (USBC) hosted by Espresso Supply, Inc., is a platform for baristas to enhance their espresso beverage making skills through an exciting and challenging competition. In 15 minutes, the barista must prepare and serve espressos, cappuccinos, and a personally designed signature beverage

U.S. Brewers Cup

Posted on: October 19th, 2013 by nick

The U.S. Brewers Cup brought to you by Bonavita. The U.S. Brewers Cup recognizes and celebrates the art of manual coffee brewing. At the Regional competition, all competitors are firstly judged in a tasting round in which they all brew the same coffee for a panel of judges who will score based on taste alone.

U.S. Latte Art Championship

Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by nick

The U.S. Latte Art Championship brings together artistic baristas from across the country to create championship quality lattes for 2 visual judges, 1 head judge, and 1 technical judge. In Round 1 competitors will make 2 free pour lattes and 2 designer lattes on stage for their judges in a 6 minute presentation as well

Roasters Choice

Posted on: October 16th, 2013 by nick

The annual Roasters Choice Competition is held in conjunction with the U.S. Coffee Championships (USCC) and is designed to highlight the art and craft of coffee roasting. To compete in the challenge, members of the Roasters Guild must submit roasted coffee that they have chosen to represent and highlight their roasting skills. Selected in advance

U.S. Brewers Cup

Posted on: October 13th, 2013 by Wes Buckwalter

The U.S. Brewers Cup Championship The United States Brewers Cup is an exciting competition that highlights and celebrates the fine art of manual brewing. Competitors are judged in two rounds by skilled coffee tasters. The first round is a blind tasting, the competitors all brew the same coffee on their chosen manual deceives. Those who