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The Serrani’s world

We are finally online with our new website! It has a revamped look with continuously updated content about all of our products and ongoing projects—...

In keeping with our aim to make Serrani coffee available throughout the Middle East as well, in 2016 we participated in the 7th edition of IBIE, the B...

With the aid of our Spanish importer, we have recently signed a strategic agreement with a large food distributor to sell our products throughout the ...

The Serrani’s world

We are finally online with our new website! It has a revamped look with continuously updated content about all of our products and ongoing projects—...

In keeping with our aim to make Serrani coffee available throughout the Middle East as well, in 2016 we participated in the 7th edition of IBIE, the B...

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OUR STORY

For generations we have personally selected the finest coffee to import and process according to traditional methods aimed at preserving the coffee’s premium quality.

The Serrani Company took its first steps in 1948 when Giovanni Serrani opened up a grocery store in Todi where his first-born son, Carlo, discovered his true calling: espresso coffee. Shortly thereafter, Carlo and his brother, Alfio, inaugurated their first coffee roasting machine. This marked the beginning of a long quest to find the best quality coffee for our special blends.

OUR STORY

For generations we have personally selected the finest coffee to import and process according to traditional methods aimed at preserving the coffee’s premium quality.

The Serrani Company took its first steps in 1948 when Giovanni Serrani opened up a grocery store in Todi where his first-born son, Carlo, discovered his true calling: espresso coffee. Shortly thereafter, Carlo and his brother, Alfio, inaugurated their first coffee roasting machine. This marked the beginning of a long quest to find the best quality coffee for our special blends.

OUR MISSION

Passion and hard work, renewed day after day, gave birth to Caffè Serrani Italian espresso.

Decades of research and careful selection of raw materials, attention to every step of the process, professional ethics stemming from our upbringing and a close bond with our territory are what go into every cup of Serrani coffee. And if we are the first ones to drink it, we know we can proudly recommend it to you too.

OUR MISSION

Passion and hard work, renewed day after day, gave birth to Caffè Serrani Italian espresso.

Decades of research and careful selection of raw materials, attention to every step of the process, professional ethics stemming from our upbringing and a close bond with our territory are what go into every cup of Serrani coffee. And if we are the first ones to drink it, we know we can proudly recommend it to you too.

A SHORT BACKGROUND OF THE

serrani COMPANY

Serrani has been synonymous with quality since 1948. The passion for what we do, the quest for what is good, has been passed down from father to son. The result of it all is concentrated into our Espresso.

A SHORT BACKGROUND OF THE

serrani COMPANY

Serrani has been synonymous with quality since 1948. The passion for what we do, the quest for what is good, has been passed down from father to son. The result of it all is concentrated into our Espresso.

RULES FOR A GOOD ESPRESSO

True Italian Espresso is the result of the right blend of coffee from various origins.
Only this way can one obtain an aromatically rich beverage with an intense and well-balanced flavor.

GOOD ESPRESSO

The perfect balance for a real Italian espresso coffee: Each cup contains 7 grams of premium blend for every 25 ml of coffee extracted from an espresso machine for approximately 25 seconds.

BAD ESPRESSO

Pay attention to the amount of time it takes to extract the coffee. If the flow extracted is weak or even drips out, the coffee will be under-extracted. If, on the other hand, the flow tends to come out excessively thick and fills the cup too quickly, the coffee will be over-extracted.

THE LOOK OF ESPRESSO

True Italian espresso coffee has a hazelnut to dark-brown creamy surface. The cream should have a reddish brown tint and a smooth texture without any bubbles or light spots.

THE AROMA OF ESPRESSO

The aroma of true espresso has a great variety of notes according to the composition of the blend used. We can summarize them as follows: An intense aroma highlighting various floral and fruity notes, chocolate tones and hints of spice and toasted bread.

THE TASTE OF ESPRESSO

Espresso must be pleasing to the palate, consistent and velvety with no astringent notes. It should be a perfect balance between bitterness and acidity and have a chocolaty aftertaste that persists for several minutes after drinking it.

HOW TO SERVE ESPRESSO

The original container created to enhance the sensory characteristics of an espresso is a small, white, cone-shaped ceramic cup—heated but not scalding—of the right thickness to compliment the lips while tasting.