22 Apr '16, 10pm

Tomorrow! Wisconsin Latte Art Throwdown to Benefit Project Congo

Tomorrow! Wisconsin Latte Art Throwdown to Benefit Project Congo

Timshel Café and Kickapoo Coffee to raise funds for Project Congo with Saturday Throwdown Baristas from the Fox Valley area of Wisconsin will be lining up at Timshel Café , 124 W. Wisconsin Ave., in Neenah, Wisc., to compete in the Latte Art Throwdown being hosted by Timshel and Kickapoo Coffee , and begins at 5 p.m. tomorrow. Not only is the event set to be a ton of fun with amazing prizes, but it’s a benefit for On the Ground’s Project Congo . “Our inspiration stemmed from the desire to increase local coffee culture while raising awareness of gender inequality in Congolese coffee farmers,” says Noelle Joy McGinnis of Timshel, who has organized the event. “On The Ground’s mission is to grow gender equity programs and revitalize the coffee sector of the Eastern Congo. Their hope is to expand the role of women in regional coffee production, especially since women are respon...

Full article: http://baristamagazine.com/blog/wisconsin-latte-art-benef...

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