Tea & Coffee Festival in Bucharest – Festival – Events in Bucharest

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Festival Tea & Coffee Festival in Bucharest

Friday, October 28th, 2016 – 10:00 – coffee and tea fair and exhibit+specific nights

Where

various venues

What

You love coffee or you love tea, or both!

It is quite cold outside in Bucharest these days, so if you want to warm a bit over a cup of exotic tea (or coffee!), Bucharest Tips recommends you an alternative way of doing it!

Instead of choosing a café or a teahouse and ordering your usual flavour, come in the Old Centre on 29th and 30th of October at Gabroveni Inn (Hanul Gabroveni), from 10 am to 8 pm, and discover the exhibition organized within the Bucharest’s Tea & Coffee Festival.

Taste the newest coffee specialities and best teas, meet the barista specialists and find out useful tips!

You can also get back home with a souvenir: making and serving tea and coffee accessories.

FREE ENTRANCE!

 

BUT WAIT, IT ISN'T OVER!

After the exhibition, the festival organizers prepared some national specific nights!

28.10 – Turkish Night @ Clubul Taranului (7pm-11pm)

- Turkish music concert - Balkan Taksim

- Delicious Turkish kettle coffee

- Water drawings and other crafts workshops

- Designer fashion accessories

 and more!!

Entrance fee: 35 lei

 

29.10 – Mexican Night @ Café Verona (7 pm-11pm)

Celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Mexican Halloween) with Mexican atmosphere:

- facepainting and Frida style hair works

- pinata decoration workshop

- designers’ corner with handmade fashion accessories (lots of colours!)

- Mexican songs reinterpreted by a Romanian singer and her band

- special Mexican coffee and drinks

Entrance fee: 35 lei

 

30.10 – Indonesian Night @ La Un Ceai (7 pm-11pm)

This exotic night brings you the famous Indonesian coffee as well as jasmine and green tea, all flavoured with:

- Fashion accessories inspired by Indonesian crafts

- Traditional crafted objects exhibition

- Jewellery crafting workshop

- Indonesian film screening -"Bulan di atas kuburan" ("A moon hangs above the graveyard")

Entrance fee: 30 lei