Specialty Coffee Week Sacramento is a curated series of events geared towards education, tasting, and the celebration of coffee from farm to cup. Events will be held at individual cafés, coffee roasters, restaurants, and businesses throughout the greater Sacramento area.


What is specialty coffee?

Specialty coffee is truly a farm to cup process. Each batch of coffee must be delicately handled and prepared in each stage: from the growing, to the harvesting, to the roasting, to the grinding and brewing. Our participants work tirelessly to bring coffee to Sacramento that is sourced from worldwide small businesses and experts.

For more information on what makes a specialty coffee, check out the Specialty Coffee Association of America., or read Wikipedia’s entry.

Interested in hosting an event for Coffee Week?

ANYONE can organize and host an event for Coffee Week. In fact, the success of Coffee Week depends on it. If your business has an idea and would like your event to be added to the official calendar, please submit your event here. Possible event ideas include public cuppings, tastings, a latte art throwdown, educational lectures, tasting competitions, discussion panels, home brewing classes— the possibilities are endless.

Once your event is approved, your business will be added to the Sponsors and Events page. For more details, please read the event Terms & Conditions. Be creative, have fun, and help show Sacramento’s devotion to specialty coffee!

Submission deadline for events is October 1, 2018!

Spread the coffee love!

Coffee is awesome. There are too many reasons to list why. It’s easy to forget, however, where our beloved coffee comes from. In addition to celebrating and tasting specialty coffee from farm to cup, event(s) may be ticketed to help give back and improve communities in coffee growing regions around the world. All proceeds will be donated to the following coffee-related non-profit organizations:

Coffee Kids, Grounds for Health, IWCA (International Women’s Coffee Alliance), Project Rwanda, Roya Recovery Project, and World Coffee Research.