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DEC 2017-JAN 2018

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Photos clockwise from top le : Over the course of its four years, the European Barista Camp has been held in a variety of countries, bringing in a new group of a endees every year. Many instructors enjoy teaching at the camp so much they return annually. Lauro Fiore i (front row, far right) of Nuova Simonelli has taught at each European Barista Camp, and his expertise matches his natural aff ability, so his students not only walk away from his courses with more knowledge but they also have fun. A sensory test under the red light means a endees cannot rely on visual cues when evaluating the cups in front of them. Poznan's own, Agnieszka Rojewska was always ready to jump in with a demonstration of la e art and share tips and techniques with the baristas. Campers were assigned to teams when they arrived, and each team competed in a number of fun challenges, like blindfolded la e art, poster design, and bowling, to win points and prizes. The team format also encouraged the baristas to meet and get to know one another, and helped continue to build the vibrant specialty coff ee community in Europe. 35 www.baristamagazine.com

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