Tosca Cafe's Drinks Make Use of an Authentic Victoria Arduino

 - Aug 9, 2017
References: toscacafesf & sfweekly
Tosca Cafe, a dining establishment in San Francisco's North Bay, has been a culinary landmark since its inception back in 1919. Though the restaurant has changed in many ways over the years, it still pays homage to its history through the use of a vintage Victoria Arduino espresso machine that it uses to make two of its most popular and famous cocktails: the House "Cappucino" 1919 and the White Nun.

The House "Cappucino" 1919 is made with Chateau Laubade Armagnac, bourbon, dandelion chocolate ganache, and organic milk, while the White Nun consists of the Chateau Laubade as well as St. George Nola coffee liqueur, Manufactory coffee syrup, and organic milk. Both drinks include espresso made in the vintage machine, giving patrons a taste of the restaurant's history.