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Reinado Internacional del Café

The Reinado Internacional del Café (International Queen of Coffee) beauty pageant, was internationally launched as the Reinado Continental del Café (Continental Queen of Coffee) in 1957, and the name was changed to the current one in 1972 in order to allow for the participation of countries from America and other continents. The pageant has always been held in Manizales, Colombia, in January during the Feria de Manizales, and is organized by Instituto de Cultura y Turismo de Manizales annually. More than 20 contestants participate every year. The current titleholder is Carmen Seperro, from Spain, who was crowned on January 12, 2018.[1]

Titleholders

Reinado Internacional del Café 2008, Jessica Jordan, Bolivia
  • Not held in 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964–71, 1977–78, 1980 and 1986.
Year Reinado Internacional del Café Country/Territory Virreina Internacional del Café Country/Territory
1957 Análida Alfaro  Panama - -
1959 Denise Guimarães  Brazil Norma Rivas García  Honduras
1961 Mercedes Carrascosa  Brazil Martha Ruth Fiorilo Guzmán  Bolivia
1963 Ana de Lourdes Zúñiga  Honduras Bertha Luz Rosell Zapata  Peru
1972 María Stella Volpe  Paraguay Ximena Moreno Ochoa  Ecuador
1973 Alicia Daneri  Argentina María del Rosario Carranza Ulloa  Costa Rica
1974 Luz María Osorio  Colombia Hilda Elvira Carrero García  Venezuela
1975 Paulina Murgas  Colombia María Violeta Rentería  Chile
1976 María de los Angeles González  Puerto Rico Morena Guadalupe Cuadra Mora  Nicaragua
1979 Paulina Leighton  Chile Ana María Ramírez Roa  Colombia
1981 Milagros Germán  Dominican Republic Ana Patricia Núñez Romero  Mexico
1982 Eddy Cano  Colombia María Lucila del Rosario Boggiano Lacca  Peru
1983 Karen Mertens  Chile Lorena León García  Mexico
1984 Ollie Thompson  Honduras Rosana María Protto Zavala  Peru
1985 Márcia Canavezes  Brazil Patricia Anne-Marie Kuypers Espejo  Peru
1987 Mariella Princic  Argentina Claudia Pfister Godoy  Guatemala
1988 Ana Márcia Marques  Brazil Maribel "Bonny" Rey  Venezuela
1989 Luana Freer  Costa Rica Nuria María Puig Raygata  Peru
1990 Daniela Thieme  Chile Julieta Posla Fuentes  Costa Rica
1991 Viviana Muñoz  Costa Rica Olga Isabel Ceballos Maya  Colombia
1992 Margaret Geymonat  Uruguay Yumi Kuwano  Japan
1993 Sabina Arenas  Colombia Juliandra Cox Heyd  USA
1994 Brenda Robles  Puerto Rico Márcia Suzana Castro Oliveira  Portugal
1995 Regilaine Bittencourt  Brazil Carmen Milena Mayorga  El Salvador
1996 Cándida Lara  Dominican Republic Karla Koning  Brazil
1997 Mónica Chacón  Peru Marena Josefina Bencomo Jiménez  Venezuela
1998 Jairam Navas  Venezuela Ana Belén Ugena Gutiérrez  Spain
1999 Daira Lambis  Venezuela Carloty María Veras García  Dominican Republic
2000 Cristine de Mezerville  Costa Rica Marianela Salazar Guillén  Panama
2001 Francine Eickemberg  Brazil Eva Ruiz Torres  Mexico
2002 Katharina Berndt  Germany Claudia Andrea Arano Antelo  Bolivia
2003 Raquel Loureiro  Portugal Priscila Rosa dos Santos  Brazil
2004 Daniela Scholz  Germany Silvia Oliveira Dias  Portugal
2005 Aránzazu Amoedo  Spain Yadira Geara Cury  Dominican Republic
2006 Alice Panikian  Canada Evangelina María García  Argentina
2007 Fabriella Quesada  Costa Rica Tania Ladeiro García  Spain
2008 Jéssica Jordan  Bolivia Camila Fernández Carvalho  Uruguay
2009 Alejandra Mesa  Colombia Ana Montabés Martínez  Spain
2010 Mariana Notarangelo  Brazil Iwona Wyrzykowka  Poland
2011 Sofinel Báez  Dominican Republic Ángela Julieta Ruiz Pérez  Venezuela
2012 Ximena Vargas  Bolivia Yoselín Rincón Castillo  Colombia
2013 Ivanna Vale  Venezuela Claudy Jessy Blandon Romaña  Colombia
2014 Priscila Durand  Brazil Estefania Muñoz Jaramillo  Colombia
2015 Yuri Uchida  Japan Márcia Assunção  Portugal
2016 Maydeliana Díaz  Venezuela Júlia do Vale Horta  Brazil
2017 Marilú Acevedo  Mexico Kerelyne Isell Campigotti Webster  Honduras
2018 Carmen Serrano  Spain Marta Magdalena Stepien  Canada

Titles By Countries

Winners

País/Territorio Títulos Años ganados
 Brazil 8 1959, 1961, 1985, 1988, 1995, 2001, 2010, 2014
 Colombia 5 1974, 1975, 1982, 1993, 2009
 Venezuela 4 1998, 1999, 2013, 2016
 Costa Rica 1989, 1991, 2000, 2007
 Dominican Republic 3 1981, 1996, 2011
 Chile 1979, 1983, 1990
 Spain 2 2005, 2018
 Bolivia 2008, 2012
 Argentina 1973, 1987
 Honduras 1963, 1984
 Puerto Rico 1976, 1994
 Germany 2002, 2004
 Mexico 1 2017
 Peru 1997
 Portugal 2003
 Panama 1957
 Uruguay 1992
 Japan 2015
 Paraguay 1972
 Canada 2006

1st Runners-Up

País/Territorio Títulos Años ganados
 Colombia 5 1979, 1991, 2012, 2013, 2014
 Peru 1963, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1989
 Venezuela 4 1974, 1988, 1997, 2011
 Brazil 3 1996, 2003, 2016
 Portugal 1994, 2004, 2015
 Spain 1998, 2007, 2009
 Mexico 1981, 1983, 2001
 Honduras 2 1959, 2017
 Bolivia 1961, 2002
 Costa Rica 1973, 1990
 Canada 1 2018
 Poland 2010
 Uruguay 2008
 Argentina 2006
 Panama 2000
 Dominican Republic 1999
 El Salvador 1995
 United States 1993
 Japan 1992
 Guatemala 1987
 Nicaragua 1976
 Chile 1975
 Ecuador 1972

2nd Runners-Up

País/Territorio Títulos Años ganados
 Colombia 8 1963, 1983, 1990, 1992, 1996, 1997, 2011, 2016
 Venezuela 6 1972, 1994, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2015
 Dominican Republic 4 1959, 1976, 1989, 2013
 Guatemala 3 1979, 1981, 1982
 Spain 2 2001, 2014
 Honduras 1961, 2007
 Panama 1985, 2003
 Chile 1987, 1999
 Costa Rica 1974, 1998
 Argentina 1991, 1993
 Peru 1973, 1988
 Italy 1 2017
 Indonesia 2012
 Bolivia 2010
 Canada 2005
 Poland 2000
 Mexico 1984
 Paraguay 1975

3rd Runners-Up

País/Territorio Títulos Años ganados
 Dominican Republic 5 1988, 2003, 2008, 2009, 2010
 Brazil 4 1993, 2005, 2015, 2017
 Spain 2004, 2006, 2011, 2016
 Colombia 2 1985, 2002
 Puerto Rico 1990, 1995
 Guatemala 1991, 1992
 Paraguay 1 2014
 Aruba 2013
 Venezuela 2012
 Mexico 2007
 Poland 2001
 Costa Rica 1997
 El Salvador 1994
 Uruguay 1989

4th Runners-Up

País/Territorio Títulos Años ganados
 Colombia 6 1988, 1989, 2005, 2006, 2007
 United States 3 1991, 1992, 2016
 Brazil 1994, 2009, 2012
 Venezuela 2 2010, 2017
 Panama 2004, 2008
 Haiti 1 2015
 Uruguay 2014
 Honduras 2013
 Bolivia 2011
 Spain 2003
 Puerto Rico 2002
 Argentina 2001
 Aruba 1997
 Dominican Republic 1995
 Mexico 1993
 Paraguay 1990
 Ecuador 1985

American Queen of Coffee

Year Name State Placement Special Award
1979 Nancy Helen Ness  Virginia
1987 Brenda Lynn Ortiz  Hawaii
1989 Amy Marte Carrierre  California
1991 Brenda Hamor  California 4th Runner-up
1992 Shauna Lyn Searles Grant  California 4th Runner-up
1993 Juliandra Cox Heyd  Texas 1st Runner-up
1994 Amy Christine Rising  Florida
1995 Jennifer Kimble  Arkansas
1996 Kimberly Anne Byers  California Top 06
1997 Barbara Lynn Humes  California
1998 Raquel Lynette Troyer  California
1999 Diana Scianca Flores  California
2000 Ashley Kristina Lincoln  California Miss Congeniality
2001 Janice Nichole Torring  California
2002 Diana De Vries  California
2003 Elizabeth Jo Dillingham  California
2004 Amy Lynne Holbrook  California
2008 Katherine Cartagena  New York
2009 Michelle Fleming  California Top 10
2010 Amanda Delgado  California Best Hair
2011 Jocel Villa  California Queen of Police
2012 Lili Dorotea Fifield  California
2013 Tori Eileene Liesly  Oregon
2014 Gabriela Warner  New York
2016 Jeslie Mergal  Florida 4th Runner-up
2017 Claribel Marie Flag of Georgia (U.S. state).svg Georgia
2018 Yahiranelly López  Florida TBD
  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as Runner-Up
  •      Ended as one of the Semifinalists

References

  1. ^ "Japón es la nueva reina internacional del café". eltiempo.com. El Tiempo Casa Editorial. Retrieved 15 August 2015.

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