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A glass of iced coffee is perfect for warm weather.

May 19, 2016

New Coffee and Tea Festival celebrates iced drinks

40 exhibitors will pour tastings

The same team behind the winter Coffee and Tea Festival has created a summer version. The Coffee and Tea Festival: Iced will make its debut at the Philadelphia Navy Yard on Sunday, June 5.

As one would assume, all coffee and tea drinks will be served chilled or on ice. Find exhibitors offering tastings of iced coffee, iced tea and cold brew. In between samples, join seminars on creating caffeinated drinks and using new, related products. 

A few of the confirmed exhibitors are Capital Teas, Poor Richard's Coffee Co. and Steaz. In total, 40 exhibitors are expected to be at the festival. Food trucks will also be on-site with sweet and savory dishes.

Tickets are $20 per person and include admission to the event, a souvenir tasting cup, freedom to attend festival seminars and tastings from various exhibitors. If any tickets are available day-of, they can be purchased for $25 at the Navy Yard. Children 12 and under can attend the festival for free but still must have a ticket.

The event is scheduled to take place rain or shine, under tents.


Coffee and Tea Festival: Iced

Sunday, June 5
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. | $20 per person
Philadelphia Navy Yard
4747 S. Broad St.