barista jam

This is what a Barista Jam looks like in Toronto

What do Baristas do when they're not working? If it's last Thursday night about 23 of them turned out for the inaugural Barista Jam at Propeller Coffee, a new cafe and artisan coffee roasting facility near Bloor and Lansdowne from the folks behind Crema Coffee. After splitting some pizza and beer courtesy of Beus and Junction Craft Brewery, the about 60 attendees zeroed in on the main attraction - a latte art competition that would crown a single Barista champion.

Check out the action in this photo gallery from the Barista Jam.


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