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Thailand Coffee Festival brings Japan's best roasters to Bangkok

This is mecca for coffee lovers. 

By Natcha Sanguankiattichai | Feb 13, 2017

  • Thailand Coffee Festival brings Japan's best roasters to Bangkok
  • Thailand Coffee Festival brings Japan's best roasters to Bangkok
    Credit: www.fb.com/ThailandCoffeeFest/
  • Thailand Coffee Festival brings Japan's best roasters to Bangkok
    Credit: www.fb.com/ThailandCoffeeFest/
  • Thailand Coffee Festival brings Japan's best roasters to Bangkok
    Credit: www.fb.com/ThailandCoffeeFest/
From Feb 23-26, Specialty Coffee Association of Thailand (SCATH) organizes Thailand’s biggest coffee event at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.
 
The event showcases roasters, equipment, shops and franchises, along with various coffees for you to taste. Take home beans from more than 100 stores as well as attend workshops and seminars.
 
One highlight is “The Coffee Calling” project, led by Kinto Thailand, where you can buy a tasting ceramic mug for B480 with three tickets to sample coffee from more than 20 roasters. (Extra tickets are on sale at B60 each.)
 
The event will also feature four baristas from renowned roasters in Japan, including Kiyokazu Suzuki from Glitch, Jun Saito from 4/4 Seasons Coffee, Yosuke Yamane from And Coffee Roasters and Yasuo Suzuki from Trunk Coffee.
 
Visit www.fb.com/ThailandCoffeeFest for more info.
 
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, 60 Ratchadapisek Rd. MRT Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre
 

 

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