With three beautifully poured designs, including his Aires star sign, Tsubasa Nico Nozaki, Flight Coffee, Wellington will be representing New Zealand at the World Latte Art Championship, taking place in June 2024 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Held at The Sapphire Room, Ponsonby Central, Auckland, on Saturday 5 August, the NZ Latte Art Championship ’23 saw 16 competitors pouring in the title.
Our Runner-up, and previous champion, was Yu Hsin (Dennis) Hsueh, Demi Urgos, Hamilton and Daniel Woodhouse, Grey Roasting Co, Hamilton took third place.
Rounding out the top six were fourth place to Subin Choi, Kanteen, Wellington, fifth place to Charanjeet Singh Saini, Independent, Christchurch, and sixth place to newcomer Bryan Rajeyya, Grey Street Kitchen, Hamilton. Congratulations to all our competitors, you can be proud.
Thanks to our incredible sponsors, the event felt like a mini coffee festival, and the huge crowd was attracted to the throwdowns, fluffy corner, and the artistic championship, of course. All coffee tastes were covered with delicious filter coffee and oat milk pouring. The competitors’ creative control of milk wizardry weaving stories and contrast in the cup was next level.
Massive thanks to our sponsors, judges, volunteers, spectators, and supporters!
Thanks to our amazing sponsors: Meadow Fresh, La Marzocco, Hey Cafe via AMC Roastery Supply NZ, Cafetto, ACME Cups, Grey Roasting Co, and Boring Oat Milk
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