After months of extensive research and coffee drinking, we have decided to serve two types of coffee the first one being from a traditionally espresso machine and we have opted for the Victoria Arduino Anthena. Which is a handmade machine and Victoria Arduino only have a two production slots a year for this machine we managed to get a slot early on in the year and have opted for a copper version this.
This is what Victoria Arduino say about their machines:
“The goddess of Arts, science and justice, for Victoria Arduino the lever version. The line called Athena Classic re-proposes the body with the curved back panel, typical of the cars in the first decades of the twentieth century. The design of the Athena does not concede anything to precious ornaments and is based on the texture of the hammer strikes (hand made) that create a light effect similar to mother-of-pearl. The warm nuances of copper and brass, the brightness of chrome, exalt immediately the elegant and sober aspects of this model that is ultimately exclusive. The lever mechanism of supply evokes the way of preparing coffee in the forties (the lever was invented in those days). It is a more ritual way in comparison to a button machine and preserves its unquestioned charm.”
The second type of coffee is filter coffee using Japanese syphon/vacuum equipment
The vacuum coffee maker works on the principle of expansion and contraction of gases – actually one gas, water vapour – is what allows the device to brew a full infusion style of coffee and filter the grounds efficiently, leaving a generally clean, pristine cup
We are seriously looking forward to serving our guests these two exceptional types of coffee