It's coffee time for Antalya, as the city hosts its first coffee festival between Nov. 2 and 4 in Dokumapark, Kepez.
The Antalya Coffee Festival will bring the leading brands of the sector together with retailers, coffee shops and coffee lovers. While the smell of freshly brewed coffee surrounds the festival area, the participants will also enjoy live performances by İlyas Yalçıntaş and Fatma Turgut.The festival will have a packed program filled with workshops and panel sessions.
While Gökalp İpek talks about the journey of coffee throughout the centuries, Atilla Narin will inform participants about the lost coffee culture of Anatolia and Naim Koca will focus on the history of Turkish coffee. Moreover, Jose Gregorio Bracho Reyes, Venezuela's envoy to Turkey, will talk about Venezuelan coffee and its place in the coffee industry.