The Coffee Santhe Festival, to be held from December 1 and 3 this year, in Bengaluru, promises all things coffee from some of the best estates in India. You will learn about blends in the form of beans/roast and ground coffee, enjoy quick demonstration for creating blends using different equipment, food paired with speciality coffee, food made with coffee, plants, roasting and brewing equipment, coffee-based art etc. At the Women’s Brew-master Championship, see the women Baristas showcase their skills and brewing talents. They stand to win a chance to train under reputed coffee specialists from around the world. To add to the excitement, there are plenty of non-coffee related activities such as Yoga workshops, transcendental musical performances supporting local artists, etc.
The Festival will be held from 10am to 7.30pm on all three days at the Chitrakala Parishat in the heart of Bengaluru.
The festival aims to raise fund by the Women’s Coffee Alliance to empower and uplift the women in the field of coffee both in the estates and outside.
The Women’s Coffee Alliance in association with its American arm looks after the education of girl children of women coffee plantation workers in the coffee growing regions of Bababudan, Chikmagalur, Coorg, Biligiris and Sakleshpur, holds health camps in the coffee growing regions of India, especially for health enhancement for Indian women coffee plantation workers and their girl children, run a medical health insurance scheme and distribute eggs as a protein supplement to families of women coffee plantation workers,
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