CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) - The Indy Coffee Association held its second annual Barista Jam on Sunday, where 18-20 booths educated visitors on specialty coffee.
The event was free and open to the public. Event-goers interactedwith Baristas, roasters, and other vendors who work in the coffee industry, according to a release.
Demonstrations at the event included brewing techniques, coffee tastings and a latte competition, where Baristas from around the area competed to see who could make the best latte.
The second annual event was held at the Carmel City Center.
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