As the event of the Hungarian world of coffees and bars, the CafeBar Bazaar (KávéBár Bazár) organized for the 10th time at the MILLENÁRIS PARK in Budapest on 9 and 10 February. Visitors could taste the products of 45 exhibitors (coffees, teas, wines, spirits and other drink specialties). Hungarian micro-coffee roasters and well-known brands will all be present among the coffee professionals. Three national championships took place: baristas will challenge each other at the Hungarian Cup Tasters Championship, (the winner will represent Hungary at the world finals in Berlin) and the Hungarian Amateur Barista Championship on Saturday. Besides the competitions, professional presentations and workshops will be on offer for visitors on both days.
Mr Addy Soemantry (Director of ITPC Budapest) helded a presentation about Indonesian coffee including history, geography, plantations, types, trade data, coffee culture.
Mr János Szongoth as an international competition judge and as the CEO of Semiramis Ltd shared his experiences related to the indonesian coffee. He visited plantations in Indonesia and he sells 4 types of Indonesian coffee to more than 100 partners which are mainly caffeeshops.
In the second part of the event the audience could tasted 3 types of Indonesian coffees from Jawa, Sumatera and Papua islands. The feedback were really positive from both professional and hobby coffelover sides.
(More pictures at the Gallery)