World Coffee Events gets set for Hotelex

World Coffee Events (WCE) will present the 2016 World Latte Art, Coffee Roasting, Coffee In Good Spirits and Cup Tasters Championships at Hotelex in Shanghai, China from 29 March to 1 April. The event will also give attendees the chance to experience championship-level coffee creations at the Brew Bar, Espresso Bar, Art Bar, and Spirit Bar. The events will be a part of 1200 square meters of event space catering to more than 90,000 guests expected to attend Hotelex Shanghai, which is one of the world's largest hospitality conventions. The World Latte Art and Coffee In Good Spirits Championships take place on
CMA Astoria Plus4YouTS espresso machines. The official grinder sponsor for the World Latte Art Championship is Anfim. Cafetto will provide the cleaning products across all competitions, and Pentair will be calibrating and filtering all competition and brewing water. The World Latte Art Championship and Experience Bars will feature milk from Wei Chuan and custom ceramics from Loveramics. Attendees will be able to witness the exceptional latte art designs of more than 30 champions at the Art Bar. Building on the success of the Art Bar, this year the World Coffee In Good Spirits
Championships will feature a Spirit Bar, thanks to Ingredient Sponsors Campari for SKYY
Vodka, Kavalan Whiskey, Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge, Monin and Teisseir. This will give the audience the chance to experience signature coffee cocktails made by the national champions. This year's World Coffee Roasting Championship is made possible by title sponsor
Proaster. Giesen is the Production Roaster Equipment Partner, and Stronghold together with
Proaster will provide Sample Roasters. Attendees will have the chance to drink the roasted
coffees brewed on Bunn equipment. The ever-popular World Cup Tasters Championship returns with Qualified Brewing Equipment Sponsor Technivorm and 26 coffees from producers worldwide. Marco will be the Title Sponsor of this year's Brew Bar, which will serve 15 specialty coffee
roasters and three manual brew methods to guests.

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