August 6, 2017

PDG Micro Coffee Festival: Brazil Announced for September 2017


Do you want to discuss the latest trends in coffee with industry leaders – while at origin? Learn more about coffee production and trade? Work towards a more sustainable, transparent, and quality-orientated industry? The Perfect Daily Grind Micro Coffee Festival is returning!

This time, we’ll be going to Brazil, the world’s largest producer of coffee, for the 25th–30th September 2017. You’ll stay on a coffee farm (international guests only), hear world-renowned international speakers from around the world, cup international coffees, and even have the opportunity to travel to coffee farms around Brazil.

Buy your ticket here!

Our Gold Sponsors, Ally Coffee, will kindly be arranging the accommodation and board for international guests and discount accommodation rates for national guests. They will also be providing tours around Brazil for interested attendees, and transport to/from the Micro Coffee Festival and the local airport. For further information about the itinerary, accommodation, and more, go here.

PDG Micro Coffee Festival 2017: Brazil

Why Brazil?

Not only does this country have a huge impact on the global coffee industry, but it’s creating innovative answers to issues around traceability, sustainability, and more. Many of these get overlooked because it’s Brazil – but we believe it’s time to change that dialogue.

Last year’s event in El Salvador led to business opportunities, coffee sales, and thought-provoking discussions. Topics varied from how specialty buyers can improve their relationship with producers to hiring the right coffee employees and what specialty coffee can learn from the rum industry. Attendees came from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and North/South America. Watch our recap video below!

Producer Insight, Barista Skills: Micro Festival El Salvador Day 1 Recap
The Business Behind Specialty: Micro Festival El Salvador Day 2 Recap

For further information about the itinerary, accommodation, and more, go here.

Last year, tickets sold out in three days! Don’t miss out: buy your ticket here.