New with us: B by Barista
New with us: B by Barista. Opposite the Barista Bar in the Prannerpassage – between the chocolate dreams of Michael Dillinger Eis & Schokolade and the jewellery dreams of Geträumte Taten, the makers of Barista have opened a small enoteca – every wine lover’s dream. The focus of the wine shop with a small espresso bar is on organic and homemade products as well as selected wines and spirits.
Wines from all over the world & local spirits
Here you will find wines from all over the world, for every taste and budget – from 10 to 600 euros. Wines can also be tasted on site – when permitted again. In addition, there are some exclusive rarities that you won’t find anywhere else: The “Sound of Riesling”, for example, comes from their own production, the “Barista Pinotage” was created in cooperation with a restaurant in South Africa.
There are also excellent spirits on the plain wooden shelves: from the Bavarian producers Slyrs am Schliersee and Tegernseer Spirituosen Manufaktur, among others – with specialities such as “Bombardino” (egg liqueur) and “Gin Lago” as well as classics such as apricot brandy, raspberry brandy, Williams and hazelnut. But there are also non-alcoholic beverages in bottles: the delicious and healthy organic kombucha from the Munich-based company First8Kombucha.
Fresh macarons, homemade muffins and croissants are waiting daily in the display for strollers or people on their way to the office – for a quick breakfast or an espresso “on the fly” like in a typical Italian bar. As long as the gastronomy is only allowed to offer food to go, B by Barista offers daily changing dishes from the “big sister” Barista Bar to take away, such as Cesar’s Salad, sandwiches or the legendary Barista Beef Tartar.
Other highlights for gourmets – as a little treat between meals – is homemade organic frozen yoghurt with various delicious toppings – from raspberry ragout and sweet popcorn to salty pretzels and cashews. Of course, freshly squeezed juices and coffee from the own production should not be missing in such a small delicatessen temple.
Stop by, let yourself be inspired and advised – and enjoy!