The makings of a champion

Coffee transcends our differences and connects as human beings, and this was never more apparent than when I attended the World Latte Art Championship (WLAC) in Budapest, Hungary.

The June event was chock-full with people from every corner of the globe. The competitors were excited to ply their artistry and show their creative flair with

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