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Buy Caffè Vergnano 1882 coffee beans

Caffè Vergnano coffee, also called Vergnano 1882. - The authentic Italian espresso, coffee experts for over 100 years. Or would you prefer a sample pack?  The choice is yours. Also called Caffe Vergnano.

Vergnano Antica Bottega beans 1kg
Vergnano
Antica Bottega beans 1kg
is an espresso with a special blend. The 100% Arabica blend is made from only the best crops from Central and South America.
€12,95
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Vergnano Vergnano beans sample pack 3 x 1kg
Vergnano
Vergnano beans sample pack 3 x 1kg
Meet top quality from Italy, Vergnano. This relatively unknown brand will become better known by itself, unequalled quality. Make someone happy by giving this sample pack of coffee beans as a gift.
€35,23€34,00
Vergnano Vergnano Gran Aroma beans 1kg
Vergnano
Vergnano Gran Aroma beans 1kg
this blend is ideal for people who like a coffee with a firm crema, intense flavour and spicy notes. Contains Arabica and Robusta beans. Medium intensity.
€10,79
Vergnano Vergnano Espresso beans 1kg
Vergnano
Vergnano Espresso beans 1kg
It is a perfect balance of Arabica and Robusta coffee beans that guarantees a sweet taste with a fruity aroma. The Caffe Vergnano espresso has a beautiful crema.
€11,99
Vergnano Tasting tray Vergnano Antica Bottega beans 200 grams
Vergnano
Tasting tray Vergnano Antica Bottega beans 200 grams
This small quantity of coffee beans is perfect for those who are not yet sure which coffee suits them. You can also use these tasting trays as a gift or as a sample pack.
€3,15
Buy Caffè Vergnano 1882 coffee beans

Caffè Vergnano: tradition for over 100 years
Caffè Vergnano looks back on a long and traditional history. The company was founded in 1882 as a small grocery shop in Chieri, a small town at the foot of the Turin hills, and was run by the grandfather of the current owner, Domenico Vergnano. This laid the foundations for the Vergnano family's true vocation. Because in a few years, the family members of the small shop mastered the secrets of roasting and selling coffee. Now the company developed by leaps and bounds - and the first three Italian shops were opened in Turin, Alba and Chieri. However, the real leap forward came in the 1930s as a result of a bold decision. The company acquired its own coffee plantation in Kenya.

Caffè Vergnano is committed to the environment
Since 1999, Caffè Vergnano has internalised the guiding principle of sustainability in its business activities, as protecting the environment has also been shown to lead to a better quality of life. The premium roastery has therefore decided to comply with both mandatory and voluntary regulations on product safety and environmental protection. To achieve this goal, the quality department has been given the necessary financial resources.