Update: we have a vice champion @ WBC! Competitors at Bucharest Coffee Festival
Update: Great news! Our Delia, the head barista of Meron just finished on 2nd place at the WBC. We have a vice champion! We love you girl!
It’s that time of the year again. What time? Oh well, it’s time for our amazing colleagues to win some well deserved prizes at Bucharest Coffee Festival for three of the SCA-Romania Chapter categories.
In alphabetical order we present you:
- Avram Delia, our head barista, competing at Romanian Barista Championship 2018 and Romanian Brewing Championship 2018 categories;
- Borbely Laszlo, our little hardworking creative, competing at Romanian Cup Tasting category;
Let’s wish them luck and hope that they will come back with the cups (as in trophies, not coffee cups) for all the three categories they will take part in the competition.
Good luck, guys! We know that you’ll be the best!
Ethiopia, Burtukaana on Meron’s brew and espresso menu
Coming straight from Yirgacheffe, naturally processed at Sede washing station, this particular lot, stood out through complex citric notes, winey aftertaste and a nice bergamot note. Classic and very characteristic, vibrant and structured, perfect for those who like a distinctive and defined natural coffee. Complex brightness, tasting notes of passion fruit, wine, grapefruit, sweet lime and hops with a fine dry finish.
Heirloom variety, natural processed, carefully picked up from 1900 m altitude, with a cupping score of 87.5 points and funky complex cupping notes, Burtukaana makes the perfect choice for the summer days.
Carefully processed, roasted accordingly to enhance the origin details, and freshly brewed for you in our coffee shops. This Ethiopia can be served as a brew (we recommend the V60 method for clear aromas, or the cold brew for hot summer days). You can also enjoy it as an espresso, but only at Meron Napoca. Just ask for it and let your cup of flavors to wake up your senses.