Luciano De Crescenzo and Neapolitan coffee

Luciano De Crescenzo and Neapolitan coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 21 July 2019 The multifaceted Neapolitan engineer, in addition to being a writer, actor, director and television host, was also the greatest expert and witness of Neapolitan coffee in recent years. The...
Coffee and patriots

Coffee and patriots

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in L’Espresso Neapolitan of the month of July 2019 Much history of the Belpaese has been made within the walls of various Cafés scattered on Italian soil. In fact, starting from the 18th century, writers, poets,...
The crambled coffee

The crambled coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 30 June 2019 The uniqueness of the Neapolitan espresso coffee, its goodness, are recognized far beyond the city and regional limits. In spite of some “obstinate” who persistently insist on not...
How tourists drink coffee in Naples

How tourists drink coffee in Naples

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 16 June 2019 A generous, hospitable, chaotic and in some ways still undiscovered city, Naples enters the new millennium with a positive energy thanks also to the rediscovery of its own history, for too long...