There are some people who are used to drinking coffee before they go out to their place of work, and this could be a cappuccino, espresso, or macchiato. Coffee gives the right motivation to begin the day. Drinking coffee every morning has become a tradition for people in various parts of the world. Coffee could be traced back to Italy with different Italian coffee brands for different people.
In Italy, this drink was opposed by many elders in the church. The late Pope Clement declared it as the devil drink and wanted it to be banned. Fortunately, the Pope tastes the drink and liked the feeling. Therefore, this led to the acceptance of the coffee drink, and it became popular. Coffee is planted in tropical regions in the world. Globally, Arabica produces the highest amount of coffee. The passion for this drink has motivated the production of coffee. Let’s see the different Italian coffee brands.
Italian Coffee Brands
There are five different Italian coffee brands in the world. These brands of coffee are being exported to other countries such as Australia, Brazil, Greece, Germany, Russia, Lithuania, Romania, and here they are:
This is a combination of two different coffees ‘Robusta’ from Africa and ‘Arabica’ from Brazil. It has a root from African and South American origin, but it is being processed in Turin, Italy. It has a deep taste characterized by a warm colour and golden cream. Lavazza coffee has a fragrance of dried fruit and chocolate. The peaty flavour is gotten from the medium roast of the coffee beans.
This is one of the Italian coffee brands in the world. The name is being derived from the name of the founder of this coffee firm. The bean coffee used in producing this drink has been roasted using different degrees. Not quite long, the firm has opened numerous varieties made from a combination of Ethiopia, India, Columbia, Guatemala, Brazil, and Costa Rica. This Italian coffee brand is 100% Arabica, but the main components used in formulating it are unknown.
The company has been in existence for over 120 years gaining reputation with its coffee brand. Vergano is been made from the combination of other Italian coffee brands from other countries. They have a large production site of 13,500 square metres. Currently, they are among the leading Italian coffee brand and the sixth Italian coffee firm available in the retail market. Globally, their customers are over 4,500, 70 coffee stores located in 19 countries.
Sagafredo is one of the notable Italian coffee brands making huge profits of over 1.5 billion euros. The firm was established by a man whose name is Massimo Zanetti, and they have expanded within the last 20 years. One thing spectacular about them is the way they package their coffee. It is vacuum-packed, and this is well recognized. The coffee beans used in producing this coffee drink come from three various countries such as Costa Rica, Peru, and Brazil.
Kimbo is making an impact in the coffee world, and they have gotten recognition in the Northern part of Italy. Apart from gaining ground in Italy, they have spread to other countries in the world. These coffee beans used in the Kimbo coffee brand are derived in Brazil. You can find this brand of coffee in countries such as Paris, Johannesburg, and London.