We recently promoted the annual Coffee Festival in New York City at The Metropolitan Pavilion, an event beloved by all who cherish their daily cup(s) of joe. If you didn’t make it there, here are some follow-up highlights:
All photos credited to the New York Coffee Festival
There were more than 8100 attendees and 100 vendors that came together to celebrate coffee culture, and the event raised more thank $40k in support of Project Waterfall and charity: water, which brings clean drinking water to coffee-growing communities around the world.
There was live music from ultra-talented musicians and multi-colored dumplings as well as delectable tacos for those who brought their appetites.
Coffee purveyors from Brasil, Haiti, Brooklyn, Vietnam, Italy and other parts of the globe offered samples of their unique coffees, as well as brands such as Flux Coffee with beans from Chiapas, Mexico.
Oat milk brands Willa and Oatly were on hand with their creamy oat goodness, including oat milk ice cream bars from Oatly, and coffee-maker brands such as San Remo demonstrated the lates in coffee brewing technology, and there were presentations on various coffee-related topics.
It was a coffee-lover’s paradise. Don’t miss this event next year! And if you’re traveling, check out the Coffee Festival in other cities, too.