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AUG-SEP 2019

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P U L L : E V E N T S Clockwise from top left: Like any city in Croatia, Zagreb is heavily populated with stray cats, like this one ambling away from the courtyard of Cogito Coffee's fl agship café and roaster in the heart of the city. Croatians love their cats—they're often found in colonies that settle around food and water left out for them by neighbors. There are several nonprofi t organizations in the country, such as S.O.S. Cat in Zagreb, dedicated to fostering abandoned, sick, and injured cats, as well as spaying and neutering strays. This Cogito café, by the way, which is called In the Yard, is the place to be on a sunny day, when patrons fl ock to the large, colorful patio to sip cold-brew coffee and beers, and while away the afternoon. Photo by Caleb Hamernick. Coffee expert and author Scott Rao, whose many books focus on café operation, barista training, and coffee roasting and brewing, was the subject of much attention during the Zagreb Coffee Weekend. In this photo, he pauses for an interview with a local TV network. Photo by Sarah Allen. Angela Ferrara, communications director for The Barista League, oversaw the many prizes provided by sponsors Acaia, Alpro, Baratza, Bonanza Coffee, BWT, Cogito Coffee, Compak, The Created Co., Drop Coffee, Espresso Gear, Five Elephant Coffee, Ikawa, Kalita, Morgan Coffee, Puqpress, Rancilio, and Barista Magazine. Photo by Milk Drop Studio. The Zagreb Coffee Weekend was part trade show, part education—for example, this latte-art workshop, which drew a sold-out crowd of participants—and part party: Live music, food, beer, and wine continued late into the night of each of the event's three days. Photo by Caleb Hamernick. 36 barista magazine

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