London Coffee Festival 2018 gathered over 30 000 coffee geeks together to see, feel and taste what is going on in UK's coffee scene. The annual event has become a must-go event for the coffee professionals in Europe. London Coffee Festival is the place to spot the latest coffee trends and sense the vibes in the specialty coffee industry.
Helsinki Coffee Festival 2018 was a get-together of Finnish roasteries and a celebration of specialty coffee. Focus was on highlighting roasteries’ coffee products and in coffee competitions.
In the beginning of the year it is time to predict what is happening in the coffee scene during the year 2019. What will be the biggest coffee trend in 2019? Here are my predictions for the coffee trends in 2019.
Cold brew is fun because it works perfectly in many different coffee recipes. Cold brew coffee is strong and that gives flexibility to mix it with various flavours. Here's some inspiration for your summery cold brew drinks!
The biggest coffee event in Finland, Helsinki Coffee Festival was organised fifth time. The event promises to be the biggest pop-up café and largest coffee store in Finland - and that's what it surely is.
Kombucha has become extremely popular a few years back as there are many health benefits in it and it is a naturally fizzy drink with sweetly fermented flavor. It has been around long before the hipsters found it and it became part of the today’s heath trend of functional beverages. Study of Wiley University tells that it originally comes from China where it was used for its health benefits as early as 220 BC.
In the past few years when we have observed coffee trends, the trend has been leaning more towards of functionalism and precise execution of specialty coffees. These both are definitely here to stay also during this year, but I believe we will see more and more visually driven coffee recipes. What can we expect from the 2021 coffee visuals and over all looks? Here are some my personal favorites on coffee visuals.