Caffé Mauro’s top barista, Andrea Faggiana, was invited to Malta to deliver a wide-ranging presentation on coffee preparation. In the first masterclass, which was delivered on Monday to ITS students, Mr. Faggiana shared his extensive knowledge on coffee preparation. Students were able to experience hands-on training to refine their skills in the perfect preparation and presentation of coffee. At the end of the masterclass students were presented with an official Caffe’ Mauro Masterclass Certificate.
The other masterclasses were delivered to clients of GSD Marketing Ltd and to members of the Malta Bartenders Guild (M.B.G) which is an organisation that provides information and knowledge to professionals and enthusiasts in the field of the beverage industry in Malta. The purpose of this exercise was to provide local baristas with a comprehensive and foundational understanding of coffee, starting from the coffee bean in the plantations until it reaches the coffee cup.
"Caffé Mauro has become a firm favorite among coffee connoisseurs as coffee shops have become part of our lifestyle and ingrained in our daily routine. Our aim was to assist barmen in enhancing their skills to produce and serve the best espresso coffee to the satisfaction of customers. To achieve our aim, the 2016 Italian Espresso Champion, Andrea Faggiana, was invited to Malta through the Caffé Mauro Coffee Academy, to deliver masterclasses on how to produce the perfect cup of coffee ," said Andrea Riffici, Caffe’ Mauro Brand Manager at GSD Marketing Ltd.
During these three days Mr. Faggiana also prepared a range of special edition cappuccinos which can be tasted at is-Suq Tal-Belt. This special edition range consists of the black, green, red and blue cappuccino.
Caffé Mauro, which was established in 1949 in Reggio Calabria and today markets around the world a diversified selection of coffee, is represented in Malta by GSD Marketing Ltd. The history of the brand is rooted in the determination of Demetrio Mauro who started the company with a small coffee roasting machine in 1949.
Coffee beans are imported from Brazil, Africa, Central America and Asia and screened to ensure that a diversified selection of high quality coffee is distributed to all sectors of the global market. The passion for taste and top quality, drives Caffé Mauro to monitor and control every stage, from the roasting, to the composition of the selected blends, up to their packaging.