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Case History


Caffè del Caravaggio

Restaurant by Carlo

The first benefit I noticed after choosing Caffè del Caravaggio was, without any doubt, the ease and the practicality in making a quality coffee. The grindless process makes it possible to have the workplace always clean! We thank Carlo, from the Ristorante Dal Carlo (Borgo San Lazzaro - Italy) for this precious testimony. The satisfaction of our customers and final consumers is our main goal!

Lalimentari - Bergamo

Paolo Chiari, chef-owner of the well-known Lalimentari Restaurant – La Cantina dei Sapori di Via Tassis, tells why he chose to offer to his client the quality and taste of Caffè del Caravaggio: "Up to know it was difficult to associate the concept of high quality with a coffee pod, but Caffè del Caravaggio breaks in an excellent way this common thinking. "

Paolo Chiari

OttocentoDieci Ristorante - Sannazzaro de' Burgondi (PV)

Caffè del Caravaggio, taste and aroma enhanced to power of ten for a product that does not know compromises, conceived and realized for the sole purpose to offer to the consumer a gourmet experience. 810 Restaurant has chosen it to enrich its menu, in the firm conviction that "coffee, as a last product served in every meal should be worthy of being called as such, and it deserves a prominent role during any lunch or dinner."

Amelia falco – Chef 810 Ristorante

Mazzini 200 – Albino (BG).

"People completely ignore the world behind a cup of coffee and when they discover all the details and differences related to its origins they remain infatuated." Michela and Tomas of Mazzini 200's restaurant Albino (BG) await you to surprise you at the end of the meal also with the quality and taste of Caffè del Caravaggio.

Michela Dentella

The Geisha Gourmet – Food Blog

A coffee menu like a wine list. The end of a meal is an important moment, but often this moment is not given the right importance. Have you ever wondered who produces your coffee? Where is it coming from? What is its mix and if it is not better as blend or as single-origin? And so, having the Coffee Menu of Caffè del Caravaggio in my hands, it was a pleasant surprise. As with wines, where every blend and every single origin has its shades and distinctive features, the same applies to coffee. Link to article: http://geishagourmet.com/2017/04/18/una-carta-dei-vini-per-il-caffe/

Francesca Negri – Food Blogger

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