28 Oct '17, 12pm

Driving Development At Stow Specialty Coffee In Slovenia

Stow launched two years ago as a roaster. Today, Turšič roasts two tons of coffee a year for Stow’s flagship cafe in the City Museum and several client cafes in the capital. The company is trying to drive the development of specialty coffee in Slovenia by developing coffee-related events and investing in education programs. With that idea in mind, Stow launched a coffee academy, and has trained around 100 baristas, according to Speciality Coffee Association of Europe certifications. “Specialty coffee deserves a special barista who has the knowledge to bring the best out of the coffee,” says Sevic. “I think [lack of knowledge] is the main problem in Slovenia. With our academies we want to change that.”

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