The New York Coffee Festival, New York City’s flagship coffee event, has wrapped its fourth annual event in the city that never sleeps. With the help of more than 12000 coffee-loving attendees, plus over 100 exhibitors from around the world, the Festival was able to raise over $50,000 for Project Waterfall.
Partnering with NYC-based charity: water, Project Waterfall works to deliver life-changing water projects to communities in coffee-growing regions. Since 2011, Project Waterfall has raised over $1.5 million, bringing clean water to more than 37,000 people across seven countries. Find out more about Project Waterfall at projectwaterfall.org and charity: water at charitywater.org.
On the success of this year’s event, Allegra Group CEO, Jeffrey Young shares, “We are delighted with the turnout for this year’s New York Coffee Festival! New Yorkers have put this event on the map and showcased the true spirit of the NY coffee community, while helping provide a strong charitable contribution to charity: water.”
Earlier this year, Allegra Group announced the first annual Los Angeles Coffee Festival. Taking place November 9th – 11th at Downtown LA’s Magic Box @ The Reef, the weekend-long event will feature not only exceptional coffee, but incredible local food, cocktails, live music and art.
This inaugural event will include loads of both local and international roasters in “The Roasters Village,” including, but not limited to: Moon x Coffee Hall, Cognoscenti Coffee, L.A. Coffee Club, Madlab, Bluestone Lane and so many more. The three-day festival will also feature an iteration of the leading Coffee Mixologists competition, which debuted in Amsterdam in 2016. Here, Coffee Mixologists will take over Latte Art Live each evening, where they will whip up incredible coffee cocktails for all guests. For additional information or to purchase tickets, please visit: www.la-coffeefestival.com.
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