We can go on and on (and probably, on and on) about coffee and what it means to us. Still, this earnest devotion doesn't necessarily mean that we don't get why the aromatic beverage isn't everyone's cup of tea (well, maybe, exactly, because there's also tea, but that's not our point). According to Statista, in 2020-2021, the planet earth's residents consumed 166.63 million 60 kilogram bags of coffee. While it might sound big, keep in mind that the statistics exclude those frowning at the sight of the coffee and endlessly complaining about how unbelievably bitter it is (well, it doesn't have to be, if you brew it right, but we'll talk about it later).
And, we guess, every coffee-connoisseur knows a couple of people just like that - you might even be thinking about them right now. However, we are sure Italian coffee won’t leave anyone unimpressed - it’s a type of cultural heritage of the country for a reason. So, to conquer the heart of picky drinkers and get the most out of Italian coffee, we thought it's only appropriate to track down & devise simple coffee guidelines to make your breakfast, lunch breaks, or dinner cuppa joe even better. We're determined to teach you how to enjoy coffee in true Italian fashion, and with your help, get through to those coffee naysayers. So buckle up, and let's get going, shall we?We have dedicated a lengthy blog about how Italy invented modern coffee and all the details you must keep in mind when scrolling through our digital aisle of Italian coffee. Choosing a well-suited blend for your palate, brewing, serving, and enjoying it in the right way makes a huge difference in your daily cup. So why settle for ordinary joe when you can make it perfect, aka Italian?! Correct, there's no good reason to deprive yourself of the most aromatic indulgence of all times. So, get ready; here is a detailed guide for getting the most out of your Italian coffee!