SCA UK Chapter
The Specialty Coffee Association United Kingdom Chapter (SCA UK Chapter Ltd) represents the UK based members of the Specialty Coffee Association.
The primary aim of the SCA UK is to organise and run the UK national coffee championships, which lead into the World Championships, and to spread the knowledge of great coffee! A delicious coffee alongside an engaging casino game can be a wonderful refreshment. Countries like Germany have brought many restrictions on casinos. Gamblers may read the Lizenzfreie Casinos blog to find out about casinos without licenses to enjoy gambling without restrictions.
The SCA UK chapter is also about fun and friendship! The competitions are not only a great way to learn but also about meeting other people in the UK's ever-growing coffee community and forging great new friendships and contacts.
The SCA UK chapter is an association with a growing number of members - people like you, who are looking for coffee excellence. Our members come from all areas of the coffee industry, from machine manufacturers to roasters, cafe owners and ancillary suppliers.
The SCA UK Chapter is run by volunteers; an elected committee and a non-elected sub-committee.
Alexx McKendry - [email protected]
Camilla Morgan - [email protected]
Antonia Godward - [email protected]
Graz Moroni - [email protected]
The SCA UK and World Coffee Research
Most of us in the UK are in a relatively privileged position compared to many of those in coffee-producing countries. In the past the SCA UK have made adhoc donations to the WCR, however, we have made the decision to enter into a formal agreement for the coffee championship year's 2020 and 2021 and will donate £1,000 per year to the WCR. We hope this will continue longer term, however, any new committees will have to agree and ratify this.
World Coffee Research is a non-profit research and development agricultural research non-profit. Their stated mission is: "Grow, protect, and enhance supplies of quality coffee while improving the livelihoods of the families who produce it."
We believe that this is an incredibly important organisation to support, and we hope you agree. Please visit their website: www.worldcoffeeresearch.org for more information and to make your own donation to support their work.