ONE YEAR WITHOUT RENATO BIALETTI:
A TRIBUTE TO THE FATHERS OF THE ITALIAN MOKA
Alfonso Bialetti, father of Renato, invented the italian moka in 1933, changing Italian history and the life of all coffee lovers forever. Until then, coffee used to be boiled in saucens,
where the ground coffee took a long time to settle on the bottom.
During the following years, new inventions and techniques spread all over the world,
and the coffee preparation became easier and faster with coffee filters, steam pressure
and espresso machines.... but it's really with Bialetti and his moka
that the revolution in the coffee ritual begun.
Cafè Venezia craft roasts three blends - Ridolfo, Lisaura and Leandro,
with a perfect grind for moka.
Turn your coffee ritual in Art - visit www.cafevenezia.it and uncover the Venetian coffee tradition.