Tallinn Coffee Festival?!

Tallinn Coffee Festival #TLNCF is an event where both professionals and enthusiasts – local roasters, cafes, distributors and coffee lovers – can get together. Guests can explore many different types of coffee specialties, preparation methods and equipment. Good music, entertaining program, engaging competitions and a wonderful aroma wait for all the guests of the festival. In addition to coffee, the festival also features other hot drinks like tea and hot chocolate, street food places and cafes.

The organizers and participants of TLNCF aim to develop the cafe culture in Estonia. Contributing to informed consumption, bringing consumer interest, surprising coffee lovers with new products – this is the mission of the coffee festival.

Next Tallinn Coffee Festival will take place on 23.-24.04.2021 – save the dates!

TLNCF programme

The two-day TLNCF programme is targeted at coffee fanatics and industry professionals running coffee shops and restaurants. There will be barista competitions for professionals.

Tallinn Coffee Festival is an event coffee fanatics must not miss! Professionals will receive new information and consumers and foodies will have two days packed full of coffee and culture. And you can make lot’s of selfies and friendsies.

Saturday, 5.09 – Estonian Cupping Championship
11:00 Start of the competition
15:20 Final
15:40 Award ceremony

Sunday, 6.09 – Estonian Latte Art Throwdown
10:15 Start of the competition
14:45 Final
15:00 Award ceremony

Visitor info

Location Tallinna Kultuurikatel, Põhja pst 27A.


5. – 6. September 2020

Opening times:
Saturday, 5. September 10:00 – 18:00
Sunday, 6. September 10:00 – 16:00

Ticket: 7 €
Children under 12 accompanied by an adult have free entry.
Tickets available at the venue or Piletilevi.ee
Visitor safety:
All recommendations and conditions currently established by the Estonian Health Board have been taken into account when organizing the Tallinn Coffee Festival. The organizers of the festival ask only those who are in good health to come to the event. Hand disinfection stations are provided on site, the number of people staying at Kultuurikatel at the same time is monitored, and the entrances and exits of the festival are located separately. The coffee festival is as safe a place for a coffee lover as the shopping center, café and restaurant you visit every day.
We recommend for you to download the HOIA mobile app, which notifies you if you have been in close contact with a coronavirus carrier.

About traffic management in Tallinn 5.09.
There are some changes in traffic management. The Kultuurikatel venue can be reached by car via Ahtri Street or Mere pst. It is not directly accessible from Põhja-Tallinn by car. You have to drive through the city center.
Temporary traffic signs indicate parking spaces at Linnahall, which can be reached via Rumbi Street. It is also the closest parking lot to Kultuurikatel. In addition, it is possible to park on Ahtri, Kai, Sadama streets, for example. The large new parking area is open opposite the cruise terminal on Logi street, 600m from Kultuurikatel.
Pedestrians have access to the Kultuurikatel venue from all directions, incl. from Põhja-Puiestee, the Old Town, by the Balti Jaam etc.
Trams no 1 and 2 do not run on Saturday. Buses 3 and 73 will come near the Kultuurikatel. The nearest stop is “Linnahall”.

On Sunday, 6.09. all traffic is normal and the Kultuurikatel can be accessed from all directions.

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TLNCF sponsors 2020

TLNCF competitions sponsors 2020

TLNCF participants 2020


TLNCF team

Tallinn Coffee Festival is organized by Profexpo OÜ

Profexpo OÜ has been organizing Food Fairs in Tallinn since 1993.


Kennet Sarv
head organizer
Profexpo OÜ
+372 52 71 095
Richard Tihaste
Programm coordinator
Helen Saluveer
Meedia ja kommunikatsioon
Rene Õuemets
Programm coordinator