Congratulations to the 2022 World Brewers Cup Champion

by Mikava Coffee on October 29, 2022

Congratulations to the 2022 World Brewers Cup Champion — Shih Yuan Hsu (Sherry) representing Taiwan.

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From Shih Yuan Hsu (Sherry)

“I used Mikava’s CM natural Geisha for the 2022 World Brewers Competition. My first impression of their coffee was that it was very clean, delicate, and complex. I totally fell in love with it when I took the first sip.  It has vibrant acidity and various sweetness like peach, apricot, citrus, passion fruit, pineapple, and berries.  The coffee has much complexity of flavors with a round and smooth body. I’m very happy that I had an opportunity to use this beautiful coffee.”

About Santuario Gesha Reserva

In 2019 Mikava was honored by winning the prestigious Colombian Cup of Excellence with a record breaking score.  It was also the first time a natural processed coffee won. 

Recently in October 2022, Shih Yuan Hsu (Sherry) representing Taiwan took 1st place in the World Brewers Cup, the largest brewing competition in the world.  Sherry chose this coffee to use in the competition after falling in love with it.

This winning Gesha is an elegant and aromatic light roasted coffee.  You’ll find flavor notes of lime, orange marmalade, plum, and strawberry. 

Discover the coffee that helped Sherry win the World Brewers Cup!  A perfect compliment to enjoy and share for the upcoming holidays.

Santuario Gesha Reserva Coffee

Final Rankings

The World Brewers Cup competition highlights the craft of filter coffee brewing by hand, promoting manual coffee brewing and service excellence in countries all over the world.

We are proud of all our competitors, who continue to push for brewing excellence and take part in our finest traditions of quality and excellence. 32 competitors from around the globe competed for stage glory.

2022 World Brewers Cup Champion

Here are the final rankings for competitors who competed in the 2022 World Brewers Cup Champion on stage over the last three days, and here are the final rankings:

1st place: Shih Yuan Hsu (Sherry), Taiwan
2nd place: Elika Liftee, United States
3rd place: Elysia Tan, Singapore
4th place: Tomas Taussig, Czech Republic
5th place: Jhon Christhoper, Indonesia
6th place: Simen Andersen, Norway