Similar to wine tasting or olive oil tasting, coffee cupping is a precise way of tasting different coffees to identify the underlying flavor profile.
When: Sunday, February 18th
Where: Kaladi Coffee, 720-570-2166
Address: 2823 S Broadway, Englewood, CO 80113
(SW corner of Broadway and Amherst, 1 block south of Yale)
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM, light snacks, socializing, and shopping time
10:00 Cupping begins!
Limited to 12 participants; minimum number of participants is 8
Donation to LDEI of $10 ($15 for non-members) to support LDEI Colorado’s Mission.
Please click on the PayPal button below to pay and reserve your place in this fun event!
Cupping will be led by Kaladi Coffee Roasters owner Mark Overly who is donating his time and knowledge to LDEI for this event. You can show your thanks by purchasing something from his shop before or after the cupping.
Mark Overly is President of Kaladi Coffee Roasters in Denver, Colorado an independent roaster of premium estate, shade grown, organic and Fair Trade Certified coffee. He has over twenty-five years experience as a coffee buyer, beginning in Anchorage, Alaska where he grew a small roasting enterprise into the largest in the state. Mr. Overly was awarded the State of Alaska Small Business Person of the Year in 1993 by the Small Business Administration. He has been featured in numerous national publications including Nation’s Business and Entrepreneur Magazine. He was one of the first roasters in America to be Fair Trade Certified by Transfair USA. His coffee has been awarded “Best Coffee” and “Best Espresso” by the Rocky Mountain News and 5280 Magazine on multiple occasions. He has traveled extensively around the world assessing coffee producers for quality management and sustainability, and has lectured internationally on coffee quality.