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Martha's Must-Haves: Antica Tostatura Triestina Coffee

The Martha Stewart Show, January 2009

An Italian espresso coffee with tradition, Antica Tostatura Triestina offers quality that is the result of owner Alessandro Hausbrandt's connection to coffee that goes back over a century and four generations. Beans that are brought to perfection over a wood-fired roaster and layers of rich flavors -- including honey, grapefruit, anise, and young pear -- make this a standout coffee.

The details:
After discovering it at a cafe in uptown New York City, Martha enjoys Antica coffee every day. Samples were given to the studio audience.

Buy online:
anticaespresso.com (in the U.S.), anticanyc.com (NY/NJ distributor)

Seen on the show:
January 26 2009

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Comments (7)

  • cooksbunny 4 Jan, 2011

    I tried the organic drip and filter grind. It was delicious, and the person I spoke with at the company was so helpful and nice.

  • nyny76 21 Jun, 2010

    What a great ITALIAN espresso! This is very different from the current American trend of strong bitter coffee. This is a smooth chocolaty cup of coffee. Thanks Martha for introducing this wonderful coffee!

  • SeattleDude 18 Jun, 2010

    I am late to the party on this coffee and am thrilled that I found it...THANKS Martha. I live in Seattle and have access to some of the best coffee around and find that this Italian Style espresso exceeds even this Seattleites expectations for a fantastic espresso shot.

  • carolinechase 24 Feb, 2010

    I was also very excited to try Antica Tostatura after hearing Martha's high recommendation. I bought $80.00 worth(to save on shipping) and was extremely disappointed with the quality. It was very weak, not like the espresso I am accustomed to. Now I'm stuck with a lot of coffee beans.

  • cybelius 19 Mar, 2009

    In Canada, I buy my Antica Tostatura coffee from an online shop in Montreal that also sells on the Web at http://lecafecreme.ca

  • kristiwhite 7 Feb, 2009

    I was excited to try this coffee after Martha's recommendation. I use a stove-top moka pot, and I've always used Illy coffee in it. I bought the Antica moka grind. I find it produces a much milder taste than what I am accustomed to. I am very disappointed.

  • ridden4roses 26 Jan, 2009

    I have been in the coffee industry for several years now and I have access to some of the finest, freshest roasted espresso from around the world. Antica is my first