European Coffee Awards 2018 – Winners

The European Coffee Awards are the most prestigious awards in the European Coffee and Food to Go sector, recognising and promoting company and individual excellence.

The 2018 European Coffee Award Winners were announced during a black-tie Gala Dinner event, which took place as part of Allegra’s European Coffee Symposium at the 5* Melia Milano in the evening on Thursday 29 November.

The full list of winners, and companies in 2nd and 3rd are listed here:

 

 

Best Coffee Chain – Western Europe: 1st – Starbucks Coffee Company | 2nd – Costa Coffee | 3rd – Joe & The Juice

Best Coffee Chain – Nordics: 1st – Joe & the Juice | 2nd – Johan & Nyström | 3rd – Starbucks Coffee Company

Best Coffee Chain – Southern Europe: 1st – Coffee Island | 2nd – illy Caffè | 3nd – Caffè Nero

Best Coffee Chain – UK & Ireland: 1st – Department of Coffee and Social Affairs | 2nd – Costa Coffee | 3rd – Starbucks Coffee Company

Best Coffee Chain – Central/Eastern Europe: 1st – Starbucks Coffee Company | 2nd – Costa Coffee | 3rd – Tchibo

Best Coffee Chain – Europe: 1st – Joe & the Juice | 2nd – Starbucks Coffee Company | 3rd – Costa Coffee

Best Coffee Roaster – Europe: 1st – illy | 2rd – UCC Coffee | 3rd – Lincoln & York

Best Specialty Coffee Roaster – Europe: 1st – Union Hand-Roasted | 2nd – His Majesty the Coffee | 3rd – Climpson & Sons

Best Coffee Equipment Supplier – Europe: 1st – La Marzocco | 2nd – La Cimbali | 3rd – Faema

Best Independent Coffee Shop – Europe: 1st – The Barn | 2nd – Cafezal | 3rd – Tim Wendelboe

Best Food Supplier – Europe: 1st – Cakesmiths | 2nd – Danish Bakery | 3rd – Unilever

Best Non-Coffee Supplier – Europe: 1st – Alpro | 2nd – MONIN | 3rd – Beyond the Bean

Most Ethical Brand – Europe: 1st – Lavazza | 2nd – Union Hand-Roasted | 3rd – Starbucks Coffee Company

Outstanding Contribution to the Industry: Francesco Sanapo | Paul Kelly | Ian Cranna | Jørgen bodum | Kasper Basse | Dritan Alsela

Lifetime Achievement Award: Nando Ottavi