Coffee is good, healthy and plays an important role in our social life. A day without coffee is unthinkable for most Norwegians.
Norwegian coffee roasters produce fantastic coffee. We celebrate Norwegian coffee culture with a major event at Aker Brygge in Oslo. We’re hosting the world’s largest coffee company and attempt to set a world record in Coffee Brewing. Our goal is to serve at least 5,000 cups of freshly brewed coffee to coffee lovers in the afternoon on October 1st.
Meanwhile, we arrange Norwegian Relaxation Championship for the tenth time. The person with the lowest heart rate after drinking a cup of coffee wins the Gilded Coffee Machine and a year’s supply of coffee.
Palms, hammocks, nice music, professional nurses and delicious coffee provides an event that’s second to none in the world.
The Norwegian Coffee Association (Norsk Kaffeinformasjon) was established in 1962, and is an information centre for coffee and coffee brewing equipment.
Our mission has always been to inform, train and educate professionals and consumers to brew their coffee the best way. We promote a good coffee culture by maintaining high quality in every step of the process; from the green beans to the finished brew at home, at work, in cafés, restau- rants and coffee bars.
The Norwegian Coffee Association is an organization open for everyone in the coffee business. We serve as the industry’s neutral technical authority. Our objective is to help you make the best coffee possible.