The Speciality Coffee Association of Europe (SCAE) has announced the competitions that will be hosted at World of Coffee Budapest in June 2017 in partnership with World Coffee Events (WCE). Hungary’s capital will play host to no fewer than five competitions next year with World Brewers Cup, World Latte Art, World Coffee in Good Spirits, World Cup Tasters and World Cezve/Ibrik all set to feature at the SCAE’s annual speciality coffee event. Hosted over three days, each championship will highlight the skill and craft required to be a leader in that discipline, with the last day reserved for the finals as the best of the best go head-to-head in their attempt to be crowned the next World Champion. This will mark the fourth consecutive hosting of the World Brewers Cup at World of Coffee. The World Latte Art, World Coffee in Good Spirits, World Cup Tasters and World Cezve/Ibrik Championships are all set to return after a one-year absence from World of Coffee, and will ensure an action packed schedule of events. “Once again we are delighted to be hosting no fewer than five World Championships during our flagship World of Coffee event in Budapest next year,” said David Veal, Executive Director for SCAE. “It demonstrates the true character and determination of the speciality coffee community that we are able to take World of Coffee to an Eastern European country for the first time, and we have no doubt that SCAE members the world over will be excited to learn that alongside a fantastic show and beautiful city, these World Championships will also take place.” Earlier this year, Dubai hosted the 2016 World Cezve/Ibrik Championship at its Gulfood event in February, while the 2016 World Roasting, World Cup Tasters, World Coffee in Good Spirits and World Latte Art Championships have just taken place in Shanghai, China at the Hotelex event. The World Barista Championship and World Brewers Cup competitions will commence this June at the 2016 edition of World of Coffee in Dublin, Ireland.