Coffe Circus 'Porto

Gourmet Coffee Shop
Msida, Malta
Gourmet Coffee Shop
Msida, Malta

Coffe Circus 'Porto

Our beans

Guatemala Coban

Tasting Notes: Fresh fruit sourish. Chocolate tones. Balanced, strong, body, intense.

Latino Espresso Blend

Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate, nuts, red berries, a bit of spices in taste. Balanced, syrupy.

Colombia Bucaramanga

Tasting Notes: Chocolate and slight fruit sweetness Plum sweetness with dark chocolate.

Guatemala Coban

Tasting Notes: Fresh fruit sourish. Chocolate tones. Balanced, strong, body, intense.

Latino Espresso Blend

Tasting Notes: Dark chocolate, nuts, red berries, a bit of spices in taste. Balanced, syrupy.

Colombia Bucaramanga

Tasting Notes: Chocolate and slight fruit sweetness Plum sweetness with dark chocolate.

El Salvador La Majada

Tasting Notes: It has notes of cinnamon, citrus, and stone fruits.

Brazil Fazenda Primavera

Tasting Notes: Cocoa, caramel, dark chocolate. strong, intense.

Costa Rica Las Trojas

Tasting Notes: Walnut, thick, clean. Ripe berries, pecans, chocolate.

El Salvador La Majada

Tasting Notes: It has notes of cinnamon, citrus, and stone fruits.

Brazil Fazenda Primavera

Tasting Notes: Cocoa, caramel, dark chocolate. strong, intense.

Costa Rica Las Trojas

Tasting Notes: Walnut, thick, clean. Ripe berries, pecans, chocolate.

Speciality Coffee

Over 75 countries grow coffee and the world's only best farmers cultivate specialty beans.

These farmers are often from countries that are not the largest beans producers, but I believe they are the best. They nurture their plants with love and are fueling a quest to create the ultimate cup of excellence. Quality over quantity is what specialty coffee farmers are about.

WHAT IS SPECIALTY COFFEE?

In the final analysis specialty coffee will be defined by the quality of the product, whether green bean, roasted bean or prepared beverage and by the quality of life that coffee can deliver to all of those involved in its cultivation, preparation and degustation. A coffee that delivers satisfaction on all counts and adds value to the lives and livelihoods of all involved is truly a specialty coffee.

Speciality Coffee

Over 75 countries grow coffee and the world's only best farmers cultivate specialty beans.

These farmers are often from countries that are not the largest beans producers, but I believe they are the best. They nurture their plants with love and are fueling a quest to create the ultimate cup of excellence. Quality over quantity is what specialty coffee farmers are about.

WHAT IS SPECIALTY COFFEE?

In the final analysis specialty coffee will be defined by the quality of the product, whether green bean, roasted bean or prepared beverage and by the quality of life that coffee can deliver to all of those involved in its cultivation, preparation and degustation. A coffee that delivers satisfaction on all counts and adds value to the lives and livelihoods of all involved is truly a specialty coffee.