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Barbera Coffee

Barbera Coffee products

Barbera-Logo-jpgToday, Barbera Coffee is one of the most consumed coffees in Southern Italy. And we understand why. In 1870, Domenico Barbera began roasting coffee with a small machine on the streets of Messina. The perhaps oldest roasting company in Southern Italy continues to be owned by the family. The small coffee magician is the trademark of the traditional roasting house. Which is why the premium blend is called Barbera Mago (the Magician).

 

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Barbera Mago Espresso Kaffee Barbera Mago Coffee 1000g
Order number: 1595
Content: 1 kg
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Barbera Mago Barbera Mago
Order number: 1663
Content: 0.5 kg (31.00€ * / 1 kg)
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Barbera Mago Espresso 250g Barbera Mago Espresso 250g, beans
Order number: 1602
Content: 250 g (3.16€ * / 100 g)
7.90€ *

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Barbera Hesperia Kaffee 1000g Barbera Hesperia Coffee 1000g beans
Order number: 1597
Content: 1 kg
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Barbera Classica coffee 1000g beans Barbera Classica coffee 1000g beans
Order number: 1596
Content: 1 kg
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Barbera Classica Coffee 250g Barbera Classica Coffee 250g
Order number: 1599
Content: 0.25 kg (27.96€ * / 1 kg)
6.99€ *

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Barbera Coffee Classica ground 250g Barbera Coffee Classica ground 250g
Order number: 1609
Content: 0.25 kg (27.96€ * / 1 kg)
6.99€ *

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Barbera maghetto Barbera Maghetto ground 250g coffee
Order number: 1600
Content: 0.25 kg (16.40€ * / 1 kg)
4.10€ *

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Barbera Mago Coffee decaffeinated 250g Barbera Mago Coffee decaffeinated 250g
Order number: 1665
Content: 0.25 kg (32.00€ * / 1 kg)
8.00€ *

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Barbera Schmuckdose Moka Barbera Juwelry Can 2 x 250g MOKA ground
Order number: 1950
Content: 0.25 kg (51.60€ * / 1 kg)
12.90€ *

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Barbera Nespresso®* kompatible Kapseln - Aromagic Plus 10 Barbera Aromagic Plus Nespresso®* compatible...
Order number: 10035
Content: 50 g (9.40€ * / 100 g)
4.70€ *

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Barbera Aromagic Nespresso Kapseln 25 Barbera Aromagic Plus Nespresso®* compatible...
Order number: 1943
Content: 125 g (8.40€ * / 100 g)
10.50€ *

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Aromagic Barbera Pads Barbera 18 Espresso pods
Order number: 1738
Content: 125 g (4.72€ * / 100 g)
5.90€ *

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Nespresso® Kapseln Barbera 25 Barbera Nespresso compatible capsules
Order number: 1739
Content: 125 g (7.52€ * / 100 g)
9.40€ *

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Barbera Nespresso®* kompatible Kapseln - Aromagic 10 Barbera Aromagic Nespresso®* compatible...
Order number: 10034
Content: 50 g (8.40€ * / 100 g)
4.20€ *

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Barbera 100 Espresso Pads Barbera Espresso pods
Order number: 1601
Content: 700 g (4.27€ * / 100 g)
29.90€ *

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Barbera Espressotasse Barbera Espresso cup
Order number: 2444
From 6.90€ *

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Barbera Cappuccinotasse Barbera Cappuccino cup
Order number: 2750
From 7.90€ *

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Barbera Milchkaffeetasse Barbera Milk Coffee cup
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Barbera Caffe

Elio Barbera (Sohn von Enrico) - Enrico Barbera - Anne Duhre - Justin Bahner
Barbera & Espresso-International

BarberaIn 1870, Domenico Barbera, originally from Piedmont, began roasting coffee with a small machine in the alleys of Messina in Sicily.

The "magician," as his customers affectionately called him, expanded his small business. Soon a new coffee roasting machine was acquired, with the mysterious name "Tornado". Now the Barbera family could proudly roast up to 30kg of coffee at a time.

In 1903 Domenico died very suddenly, leaving his son Antonio to take over the family business in the second generation. Antonio felt equally committed to the family tradition and to the further development of the roastery.

The quality of the coffee, the management of the finances, and the marketing of the coffee were just a few of the many issues that needed to be addressed in order to help Barbera Caffe achieve long-lasting success.

His efforts were crowned with success: between the two world wars, the coffee of the "Magician" was the most drunk coffee in southern Italy. Then, in 1947, Antonio's son Letterio opened a new coffee roasting plant in Naples. This was not without risk, as Naples already had an excellent coffee culture and a number of very good and established roasters. But the willingness to take a risk paid off, because in the end the company built there was a complete success.In 1951 Letterio was able to open its first branch in Milan. With the help of a network of many vendors, the magic coffee was soon enjoyed throughout Italy.

 

Monitoring the quality

In the 1950s, the era of research and development began. New roasting machines, monitoring of quality, improvement of each step and development of new products were things that Barbera also had to face. After Carmelo, Letterio's son, returned from the United States as a food chemist, he set up Italy's first coffee laboratory, thus improving and developing the individual production steps on a scientific basis.

A simple step, but one that made a big difference. In collaboration with the International Coffee Society, Barbera was the first coffee laboratory in Italy to publish in prestigious journals. The fifth generation also ensures that Barbera grows and becomes internationally known and loved.

  • In 1999, Barbera took over the "Tris Caffè" brand in order to increasingly compete in the national market.
  • 2002 saw the launch of Barbera's first coffee menu: the aim was to create 18 different creations using the essential ingredient, espresso.
  • In 2003, the first Café Barbera opened in Dubai.

Caffe Barbera is now a large company that has won many prizes and various awards due to the excellent quality of its coffees.