Where the tales of the Coffee World come to life. Re-Discover the passion of drinking coffee at Café Amore.
We specialize in 5 Coffees
South Indian Filter Coffee
The South of India is one of the largest producers of coffee and also an area where some of the best coffee is known to grow. The major coffee estates in India are known to be Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. This export and growing of coffee was established way back during the British rule in this country in 17th century, due to which the coffee export remains very strong and one of the best in the world. Being one of the oldest producers of coffee, India is famous for its Malabar variety and plantations of Robusta coffee.
Brazil has been one of the best quality coffee producing nations for over 150 years now and we are sure that there are many more years to come for this country known for its different blends of coffee. Brazilian coffee is known to be of extremely high quality, pure and the best when it comes to taste and nature, which also makes Brazil the largest exporter of coffee in the world. So the next time you visit Brazil, you know what to look out for apart from its beautiful beaches and dense jungles.
Columbian coffee is known to be one of the best in taste and strongest in nature. The history of coffee in the country of Columbia is still unknown and vague, but today this country is known to be one of the highest exporters of coffee beans in the world. If you are a coffee lover, then the strong aroma and beautiful taste of Columbian coffee is sure to way its way in your heart.
Ethiopia is right known as the birthplace of coffee. The interesting story behind it goes back in the old times when a goat herder accidently stumbled upon a plant in an area known as ‘Kaffa’. His goat, when feeding on this particular plant was observed to be more energized than what It was usually, and thus led to the discovery of ‘Kaffa’ or ‘Coffee’ known today. Due to the taste of coffee beans, most of the coffee production is consumed domestically and the rest is exported. This country is also known to have almost four types of coffee production systems like no other country.
Although the coffee plant grows in an equatorial climate and is not native to Italy, the Bel Paese has maximised the beverage’s potential by introducing preparation methods that enhance the aroma of coffee beans.
Coffee has become an integral part of Italian culture, with around 8 million bags imported annually. Italians drink coffee either at home, where it is usually made in a moka pot, or in cafés, restaurants and workplaces, where it’s dispensed from espresso coffee makers.
Venice began trading coffee back in 1570, and the first coffee shop was opened in San Marco square in 1683.