Napoli, the world capital of Italian espresso coffee
This is where Cafè do Brasil, the producers of Caffe Kimbo started out. It's one of the great Italian success stories, that started in the '50s in the historical centre of Naples where a small roasting plant was set up for the sale of roasted coffee to coffee bars and coffee shops. At the height of the exhilarating economic boom of the sixties, the coffee market reached a significant turning point: new packaging systems allowed the product to be sold in tins.
Dedicated to true connoisseurs, Kimbo Espresso appeals to all the senses: the irresistible thick golden crema, compact and persistent; the sweet, well-balanced chocolaty flavour and full body caress the palate like velvet; the intense, pervasive aroma completes the magic of those little moments of pleasure throughout the day.
Kimbo is the second player in the Itaian retail channel .
In the last few years Kimbo has experienced a constant double digit growth in a very competitive market .
Presence in over 50 countries thanks to important partnerships worldwide.
THE NEAPOLITAN TRADITION
In Naples, with a rigorous and technologically advanced production process, the Kimbo plant has been roasting coffee and blending the perfect combination of coffees according to Neapolitan tradition for 50 years.
Over the centuries, Naples became the cradle of coffee culture; here is where the technique and art of selecting different varieties of coffee to be roasted and blended were refined to the point that this city became known as the world coffee
The Founders of Kimbo Coffee
The founders of the company understood the importance of this innovation, which offered better preservation of the product and a wider distribution. They created the brand name - Cafè do Brasil - to supply coffee with a unique quality and taste to households and coffee bars.
Thanks to the expertise gained in the field, the company grew exponentially and is today one of the leading roasters in Europe, continually capturing new markets worldwide.