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World's biggest Pop up Bar is coming to Coffee Festival

The New Zealand Coffee Festival is excited to announce they will be hosting the biggest espresso cocktail menu in the world this March 15th &16th.

Held across two days, an eclectic mix of coffee, food & music will be the ingredients for an epic night and day for all you coffee lovers out there. Even if you're not keen on the beautiful bean, there will be something to satisfy your tastes and keep you more than entertained throughout the day.

Taste, sense, smell, mix and indulge your way through the delicious menu curated by Pernod Ricards NZ Spirit Ambassador and send your taste buds on a caffeinated journey.

Featuring roasters from up and down the country you will be spoilt for choice

Try them all we say!

Just in case espresso martinis aren't your thing (sorry what?) we’ve got the brand new collaboration from the boys at Tuatara and Dark Horse Coffee producing a coffee infused beer along with some great music & delicious eats to satisfy your buds.

If, like us, you don’t want to share then sign up for one of the exclusive Master classes on offer at the festival. The classes cover the art of cocktails, latte art & exploring taste & flavor to help you refine your daily obsession

Sessions are LIMITED so book yours today www.nzcoffeefestival.co.nz

Session One | Friday 15th March | 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Session Two | Saturday 16th March | 9:00am - 12:00pm

Session Three | Saturday 16th March | 12:00pm - 3:00pm

Session Four | Saturday 16th March | 3:00pm - 6:00pm

With 3 sell out years under their belt we recommend you grab a couple of tickets now & enjoy the biggest coffee event this coffee obsessed country has ever seen!

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