World of Coffee Dubai

World of Coffee Dubai 2023 exhibition

Underlining Dubai’s status as a leading global hub for trade and business events, the second edition of World of Coffee Dubai 2023 received registrations from more than 1,000 international, regional and local companies and brands from over 30 countries, exceeding the participation figures of the previous edition.

The three-day event, organised by DXB Live, integrated event management agency DXB World Trade Centre (DWTC) and the global Specialty Coffee Association, will take place from 11 to 13 January 2023 in Za’beel halls 5 and 6 at DWTC. World of Coffee Dubai is an annual gathering for coffee industry leaders and experts, including farmers, traders, brewers, distributors, SMEs, cafe owners, breweries, hotels, baristas and coffee lovers and connoisseurs from around the world.

Several leading international brands will take part in World of Coffee Dubai 2023. These include Caffinated, Coffee Planet, BonCafe, Brewing Gadgets, Pennant Coffee Roasters, CoffeeDesk, Kerchanshe, La Marzocco Middle East, La Marquise, Arabic Coffee, Stree, Kahraman and others.

Some of the most notable Italian brands exhibiting include Simonelli, Eureka, Fiorenzato, Gruppo Cimbali, Mazzer Luigi Spa, Rancilio Group SPA and International Trade Centre Italy. Anacafe, Finca El Morito and other companies from Guatemala will also take part, as will Mullege and Eset Coffee from Ethiopia. Rwanda will have its national pavilion at the fair, while some 40 American companies and brands have registered to participate.

Participating countries include Brazil, Greece, France, Colombia, Turkey, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Romania, Singapore, Qatar, Panama, Oman, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Jordan, Indonesia, India, Georgia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Bolivia, Belgium, Austria, China, Ukraine and the UK.

Visitors to the exhibition will be able to take part in several exciting events. There will be a Brew Bar at the exhibition, where visitors will be able to immerse themselves in the world of coffee and sample delicious drinks prepared and served by volunteer baristas. In the Cupping Room, visitors will be able to taste, evaluate and compare coffee varieties, and determine the quality and potential of the product. The Roaster’s Village will allow micro-roasters to meet with customers who will be able to taste the roasted and brewed coffee. It will also showcase the latest developments in coffee sourcing, processing, roasting, brewing and distribution.

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