SPECIAL BAR BLENDS
Vittoria Coffee's premiere espresso blend, Cinque Stelle® (five star) is exclusive to fine dining restaurants. This blend of premium 100% Arabica coffee beans delivers a smooth, delicate finish on the palate. Created as an after-dinner coffee, it is best served as an espresso.
Vittoria Coffee's most popular foodservice blend, Oro® (gold) is made from 100% Arabica coffee beans. It has become famous for its ability to consistently deliver a smooth and full-flavour cup, whether served as an espresso or as a milk-based coffee.
Vittoria's Organic coffee blend is a medium-dark roast that creates a well-rounded, full-flavour coffee. Certified Organic and Rainforest alliance certified and approved to meet stringent social and environmental standards. For every kilo sold, Vittoria will donate $1 to the OzHarvest charity.
Nero (black) has been created with the strong Italian-style espresso drinker in mind. Nero is a dark-roasted blend of 100% Arabica coffee beans, recognised for its ability to maintain a true espresso flavour that is not lost with the addition of milk.
Served by Australian café icons such as Pellegrini’s for over 50 years, this famous blend of 100% Arabica coffee beans, predominantly from Brazil, makes Brazil Rex a smooth, mild, medium-bodied coffee.
Vittoria Coffee's original and iconic blend, Espresso has remained unchanged for over 50 years. This smooth blend of 100% Arabica coffee beans is darkly roasted to deliver the strong flavour of traditional Italian espresso.
A 100% Arabica coffee blend, decaffeinated naturally using the Swiss Water Decaffeination process. Vittoria Espresso Decaffeinated Beans create a medium body cup with an authentic Italian espresso flavour.
Single Origin: Maragogype
Deep inside Nicaragua, approximately 150km from its capital Mangua, sits the quiet town of Jinotega, made lively by the sudden bustle of coffee trucks arriving to collect the day's pickings as the sun sets. Through the town run cobbled streets rich with Spanish colonial architecture, and surrounding it rise the luscious subtropical mountains which are home to 80% of Nicaragua's Arabica coffee production.