AMOR to host inaugural Alabama Coffee Fest on April 21; Alabama Coffee Fest is a long overdue celebration of Alabama’s favorite coffee roasters, future multicultural center planned

  • The Alabama Coffee Fest multicultural event will feature over 10 specially curated roasters and coffee shops that will share with patrons unique beans and flavor profiles with live entertainment.

  • This is a fun environment for true coffee enthusiasts with a strictly limited ticket capacity.  

  • Alabama coffee vendors will host live demonstrations. In between unlimited coffee tastings you can check out live latte art creations, Cahaba Brewery's large beer selection, and taste local bake shop pastries.

  • Local bake shop pastries will be available for purchase at the Alabama Coffee Fest. No ticket required to purchase pastries.

  • AMOR Latte Art Championship is an exciting competition that is scored by 100 VIP Guests. Competitors are given three minutes to produce one free-pour drink for the judges (no etching, tool, powders, etc. - just milk and espresso), which is then photographed and placed on a wall for judging by VIP Guests.

Birmingham, AL. — AMOR (Alabama Multicultural Organization) will be hosting the Alabama Coffee Fest event on Sat., April 21 in Birmingham from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. where we will present our now second multicultural event in the State of Alabama.  It will be held at Cahaba Brewing Company’s spacious indoor brewery that will include seven things that Alabamians appreciate: coffee, tea, pastries, chocolate, bagels, brunch, and live music.

Over 10 local coffee roasters will offer unlimited coffee tastings to ticket holders, 5 bakeries will have pastries, chocolate, and bagels for purchase, a brunch food truck on-site, and live local musicians.

The Alabama Coffee Fest is Alabama Multicultural Organization’s largest fundraiser of the year. Proceeds from this event are a significant source of funding for our future multicultural center that includes art, music, dance, film and theater education programs. We are a non-profit whose acronym AMOR stands for Alabama Multicultural Organization.  Our vision is to engage people in embracing diversity and cultures through our unique ability to see opportunities in communities where we live, learn, and play so that we can have a better understanding of the beauty of life through arts, culture, and education.

The coffee fest will feature more than 10 local coffee shop and roasters: Revelator Coffee CompanyHonest Coffee RoastersDomestique CoffeeBeyond BamaAthens Roasting Co.Mason Dixon BakeryTropicaleoThe Abbey Coffee ShopRed Bike Coffee • Piper & Leaf Artisan Tea Co. • Known Coffee Co.  Including 5 local bakery shops that will offer pastries, chocolate, and bagels for purchase, including: Mason Dixon Bakery  • Tropicaleo  • Homewood Bagel CompanyMatch Chocolate • Michelle's Chocolate Lab.

Our dairy sponsor, Working Cows Dairy, will donate 50 gallons of certified organic whole milk from their farm located in Slocomb, Alabama and Blue Spring Living Water from Blountsville, Alabama will provide the natural spring water offering a better coffee tasting experience.

Set at Cahaba Brewing Company, a Birmingham brewery, located in the Historical Continental Ginon with a taproom that offers a window looking into the production facility, a covered patio, and ample parking. The inaugural coffee festival will take place Saturday, April 21 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Alabama Coffee Fest tickets range from $15 - $60. Early Bird pricing will be available until April 5. Advance tickets are on sale beginning April 6, with prices increasing the day of the coffee fest. Tickets grant guests access to unlimited coffee tasting and live music, plus pastries, chocolate, bagels and brunch that are additional options available for purchase.

Volunteers from around the State of Alabama will help put the finishing touches to the venue the day of the event similar to a pop-up event in which we will have one day to set-up and breakdown.

AMOR President, Robert Hernandez, said, “We are thrilled to support various local coffee shops and roasters in the State of Alabama. Coffee is a beverage that is grown and enjoyed throughout the world in so many different forms by different cultures around the globe. It is the perfect cultural exchange that promotes inclusion and diversity through the savory flavors and enjoyment of a cup of coffee.”

The most important touchpoint for this event is the value in our community. As Participants of society and being able to reflect and commemorate our various cultures represented in the State of Alabama.

Future multicultural center planned
With the World Games coming to Alabama in 2021, AMOR will be focused on opening up a multicultural center in the city of Birmingham. It will incorporate Arts, Culinary, Music, Dance, Theater, and Film as a way to create opportunities for diversity, inclusion, and culture through education programs.

The new multicultural center will provide visitors with a taste of the State of Alabama and its many cultural aspects. Our vision is to expose community members, local and state organizations along with nonprofits, clubs, schools, and universities to cultural and art experiences.

Board Members include Robert Hernandez, President; Ashley Limon, Vice-President; Stephen Tsimpides, Secretary; Tomas Limon, Treasurer; Wynn Smiley, Board Member at Large; Natalie Evans, Board Member at Large; Hyun Freeman, Board Member at Large.  Interested board member candidates may email us their resume at

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Robert Hernandez