Wow. Just… Wow. It’s been an action-packed four days of coffee competition here in Boston, Massachusetts for the 2019 World Coffee Championships. We started on Thursday with just south of 100 coffee professionals between the World Barista Championship and World Brewers Cup, before winnowing that list down to 12—six in each competition—then again down to two.

Jooyeon Jeon of South Korea and Jia Ning Du of China, the World Barista Champion and World Brewers Cup Champion, respectively.

We’ll be taking a closer look at these two new and incredibly deserving champions in the upcoming week over on Sprudge, but for now let’s take a look at the final standings for the 2019 World Barista Championship and World Brewers Cup.

All of SprudgeLive’s 2019 competition coverage is made possible by AcaiaBaratzaFaemaCafe ImportsWilbur CurtisThird Wave WaterMinor Figures, and Mahlkönig.

In 2019 SprudgeLive is home to the Digital Roasters Village, because it takes a village to cover a barista competition. The Digital Roasters Village features Camber CoffeeVerve CoffeePartners CoffeeIntelligentsia CoffeeRishi TeaKickapoo CoffeeBlue Bottle CoffeeOnyx Coffee LabCreation CoffeeAmavida, and Equator Coffees without whom this work would not be possible.

World Barista Championship

  1. Jooyeon Jeon, Momos Coffee, South Korea
  2. Michalis Dimitrakopoulos, The UnderDog, Greece
  3. Cole Torode, Rosso Coffee Roasters, Canada
  4. Mikael Jasin, Common Grounds Coffee Roaster, Indonesia
  5. Wojtek Bialczak, Five Elephant Coffee, Germany
  6. Mathieu Theis, Mame, Switzerland

World Brewers Cup

  1. Jia Ning Du, M2M Coffee, China
  2. Patrik Rolf, April Coffee Roasters, Sweden
  3. Alessandro Galtieri, Aroma, Italy
  4. Chikako Nakai, UCC Holding Co., LTD, Japan
  5. Hsu Shih Yuan, UCC Coffee Taiwan Co., LTD, Taiwan
  6. Daniel Hofstetter, Switzerland

Thanks for tuning in with us for our coverage of the 2019 World Coffee Championships in Boston!