Caffe Saccaria coffee. Though it’s been open for only six weeks, owner / barista Susan has had favourable comments from a range of people, even from overseas – just check her vistor’s book! It’s a clean, modern looking place, with a welcoming vibe to it; you can take the coffees away, or perch on a small table and read the paper. There are the usual food options, too.
Coffee is well enough made, and tastes as you’d expect for an italian import coffee: it has a solid earthy, cocoa flavour, without bitterness.
As a place to write? The shop is really too small to stay for a prolonged visit.
I’d really like to find a source for Saccaria Coffee on line. I have bought a Bialetti Brikka for my son-in-law and need a source for the coffee for him. I would like Mokka or Arabica.
Any suggestions you might give me would be welcome,
Our Saccaria coffee can be purchased online via our website at http://www.liquidces.com.au or you can send me an email with your request at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a Moka coffee brick, plus a few other blends in brick and bean packs. Our website has information on all the Saccaria blends we sell plus a few other products and equipment as well. We are based in Perth, WA.
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thank you for your reply. I am looking for the Moka Coffee by Saccaria. I do not see it on your website. I have purchased a Bialetti Brikka as a present. It only takes the Moka type finely ground coffee.
i did find the coffee on your ste but how do I order when there is no space for a state’s id. I’m not in Austrailia. I’m in the USA.
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