The Italian coffee tradition over the centuries has become a system of rituals and behaviors about coffee and its most famous preparations: moka coffee, espresso and cappuccino.
Why espresso beans, and not just any coffee beans, to brew a perfect espresso?
Coffee is one of the undisputed pleasures of the Italian lifestyle. But what is the real Italian coffee? Espresso? Or pod, cappuccino, moka, Americano, on ice, latte macchiato?
Of the Italian espresso known abroad, in Italy there are different styles with regional differences in taste and consumption patterns between North and South, linked to culture, traditions and habits.
Italians’ passion for coffee is written in their DNA. Let’s discover Italians’ consumption habits, social trends and why espresso is appreciated so much around the world...
"Cappuccino and cornetto" is the classic Italian breakfast. Let’s discover how to determine whether the cappuccino has been prepared correctly and how to recognize a good cornetto.
Coffee is the Italian beverage of choice as made obvious by the daily ritual performed faithfully by Italians. What are the 8 signs, not so obvious to the untrained eye, that distinguish an Italian at the bar?
For the perfect espresso, with the perfect crema, it takes the perfect blend. Let’s discover characteristics and expert’s tips to get the perfect crema: the distinctive sign of the Italian espresso coffee.