THE LONG WAVE
OF THE NEAPOLITAN ESPRESSO.
FASHIONS CHANGE, THEY COME AND THEY GO. STYLE, ON THE CONTRARY, PERMES CULTURES, ENRICHES AND RENEWS THEM. OFTEN IT BECOMES AN OBJECT OF WORSHIP AND DEFINES THE RITUALS.



SINCE COFFEE HAS CONQUERED THE WORLD MANY WAVES HAVE PASSED BY, OFTEN TIED TO TEMPORARY FASHIONS AND TASTES.


BUT THERE IS A PLACE WHERE THAT WAVE BECAME CULT / CULTURE, WHERE COFFEE IS AN ESSENTIAL AND NECESSARY PLEASURE, SYMBOL OF ELEGANCE, CONVIVITY, KINDNESS, EITHER OF WORKING PEOPLE OR WHO LOVES WASTE TIME, OR THOSE WHO HAS LITTLE TIME BUT NEEDS A BUNDLE OF ENERGY.


WE ARE, OBVIOUSLY SPEAKING ABOUT NAPLES. THE CITY WHERE ESPRESSO BECOMES "EXPRESSION" OF A WORLD AND A WAY OF BEING: RICH, GENEROUS, FULL OF ENERGY, SURPRISING, FAITHFUL TO HIMSELF IN THE YEARS.


A LONG AND UNIQUE WAVE THAT COMES TO US BEYOND FASHIONS AND CHANGING TIMES, LIKE THE PHILOSOPHY OF NURRI EVOLVING ESPRESSO.



 
The coffee and Me.
It is beyond doubt that the link that Naples has with coffee, from any perspective you want to see it, is very strong.
Can it happen to be a Neapolitan, work for a roasting as a foreign commercial, and not be a coffee drinker?
Yes, it can happen but only for a short time: because the coffee will take revenge becoming part of your daily life soon.
It doesn’t matter how you drink it: espresso, coffee-brewing, cappuccino, hot, cold, alone or in company.
Coffee will mark your life with its aroma.

Since Sigep in January 2002 Antonio has been involved in various fairs between Italy and Europe where his curiosity finds a new world, the one of black gold and its equipment.
Travel the world promoting authentic Neapolitan espresso.
Needless to say, Italy is an authentic protagonist of coffee world. Our Country for over a century has called the shots in this sector with the brands of this industry that are imposed in all markets: the espresso speaks Italian.

From an exotic drink drunk during the holidays in the Bel Paese, the espresso became daily habit in many European countries, In North America and Australia, although with different habits: foreigners love doing things rightl, studying and learning them even with hard work.
Driven by passion and and determination "coffee-lovers" began to buy for their homes semi-professional equipment since the early 90’s.
These equipments replaced old automatic bean-to-cup machines no longer able to stand the comparison with a nascent market in search of quality that only much later was associated with the term Prosumer (Professional Consumer).
This trend found unprepared national and local producers who did not immediately grasp this new demand, tired of the "usual" offer.

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