Tamaulipas barista Jennifer Marlene Borrego Almila is set to become a hero and create history at the 2022 World Coffee Championships to be held in this Australian city from 27th-30th of this year.
The “Melbourne World Coffee Championships” will bring together 100 experts from 50 countries, where Tamaulipas participants will give a coffee presentation for 15 minutes and in front of 4 certified judges, who will evaluate 3 coffee presentations: espresso, milk drinks and design drinks. Qualification knowledge, skills and mastery of the profession.
“The Tampico Barista, Jennifer Borrego, Tamaulipas Pride will elevate the name of the state and our country at the World Coffee Championship in Australia. We recognize her dedication and excellence, she has been relentless since she debuted on the national stage and her The level of preparation has made it one of the best in the world,” said Tamaulipas Tourism Secretary Fernando Oliveira Rocha.
Within the world competition, the Tamaulipas barista Chiapas and Finca Santa Cruz will participate with a batch of coffee from the state. The first class product with which it trusts to excel in the competition.
October 2010 marked the start of Jennifer’s career in the coffee industry, working for 7 years on her commercialization as a barista. Always relying on the support of the Tamaulipas company “Degas Café” where he works and has fostered his innate talent, which has led him to win many competitions such as the Mexican Barista Contest held last year and which gave him a pass. Gave. Championship Melbourne World Cup.
A marketer by profession and passionate about the coffee industry, Jennifer explains the qualities a good barista should have. Being a spirit of service, humility, sharing your knowledge and passion with yourself to learn more.
“One of the things I love the most about coffee is, I love it, it’s a very intimate moment with me and the cup. The fact that you pay attention to your senses makes you feel in the present moment. In the making, it’s a therapeutic moment, forget everything else”, concluded Tamaulipas barista Borrego Almila.