THE PATH OF QUALITY
Coffee is the most popular drink in the world: for Italians it is a ritual, Americans are crazy about it, it is appreciated at all latitudes.
Some people drink it bitter, others very sweet.
Some people drink it restricted, corrected with alcohol or milk.
Some people drink it in a glass cup, others drink it quickly and then run to the office…
Coffee grows in the tropical areas of the world, where rains are abundant, from 500 to 2000 meters above sea level, improving its quality with altitude.
The plant grows on any soil, even if the best is volcanic, on spontaneous shrubs, semi-cultivated or cultivated “in battery”, in shaded or full sun plantations..
It can be collected using 3 different methods:
After harvesting, the pulp is removed by natural or dry method.
At this point, the coffee is put in jute bags of 60/70 kg and travels on large ships up to reach roasting all over the world, where it is cleaned, selected, toasted, ground, packaged and left to age for about 30 days .
Finally, coffee arrives at the bar, at home, at the office … anywhere in the world for a pleasant break, possibly in company.