French Press against Moka: France vs Italy

French Press against Moka: France vs Italy

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on January 19th 2020 Italians and Frenchmen have always been two rather related peoples, cousins ​​as they say, but rival cousins. In fact, the two countries vie for various firsts, from wine to cheese, passing...
Eat Neapolitan, drink Neapolitan coffee … Live Neapolitan!

Eat Neapolitan, drink Neapolitan coffee … Live Neapolitan!

Our coffee has special characteristics that make it unique throughout the world Article written by Michele Sergio and published on L’Espresso napoletano in December 2019 Why do Neapolitan culture, language, food, colors and customs almost always have success among...
Lots of coffee chocolates in the Befana stocking

Lots of coffee chocolates in the Befana stocking

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 05 January 2020 As every year, one of the most loved holidays by all Italian children returns, the Epiphany, the Befana festival. Tradition has it that on the night of January 5, parents hang (empty) socks on...
Tiramisu Coffee

Tiramisu Coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 22 December 2019 Known all over the world, it has become one of the sweet symbols of the pastry shop in the Bel Paese, conquering, thanks to its simplicity, young and old, over time it has managed to convince...
Turkish coffee versus Neapolitan coffee

Turkish coffee versus Neapolitan coffee

Article written by Michele Sergio and published in Rome on 08 December 2019 In recent days there has been a lot of talk about the candidacy of the Neapolitan coffee ritual as a UNESCO heritage – ergo: insert our coffee in the list of intangible assets for...