Get your tickets here. At $13 each it’s a steal, and all the proceeds go to the coffee growers and communities we work with.
The film – sometimes emotional and always inspiring – takes us on an epic journey to rural coffee farms in Africa and the World Barista Championships in Amsterdam, showing everything that goes into making a great cup and the people who work tirelessly to make it happen.
Aga, the Polish Barista Champion, and her obsessive coach (and former World Champion) Sasa travel to the birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia, on a wild adventure to find the ‘perfect coffee’ to take to the champs.
Sasa is the star of the director’s award-winning 2016 film The Coffee Man, which saw the Bosnian immigrant take the World Barista Championship gong. If that outstanding movie is anything to go by, we can be pretty certain Coffee Heroes is going to blow us away.
And the best bit about it is, we’ll be showing the film surrounded by awesome Switch Espresso so you can quench your coffee hankering while you watch. We’re just testing out the equipment to see where will be the absolute best spot for the film – it will either be in the Switch Roastery at 25 Birmingham Drive, or at Black Betty Café in Madras Street. Either way – you know the deal – expect a great evening with bloody excellent Switch Espresso.
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