Coffee 7.77 oz
A taste of history as coffee from the ancient Ethiopian region of Harrar mixes with Indian Arabica to create a cup rich with the exotic perfume of the East. Wild and floral notes combine with a roasted character in this potent and complex coffee.
Legends say that in the 18th century Venice was the entry port of coffee into Western Europe. Coming from the ancient Ethiopian region of Harrar, coffee would be mixed with Indian Arabica before landing in the Italian city.
People would go to coffee houses to taste this exotic perfume of the East. They would enjoy the creative energy of those social places, listening to music, talking about literature and meeting with artists and intellectuals.
It’s also been told that Piazza San Marco in Venice hosts some well settled coffee houses, of which some became famous and are still operating. Caffè Venezia encapsulates the spirit of this era, so why not travel back in time and have a sip of this creative atmosphere?