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Ferragosto is an Italian traditional celebration, with ancient origins. Did you know that this term comes from Latin Feriae Augusti, meaning “the rest of Augustus", and it was a day of holiday established by Emperor Augustus in 18 B.C. During the same period, there were also holidays after the end of agricultural works, called Consualia, a well-deserved rest after the efforts in the fields. The celebrations included horse races and the modern Italian term "Pali " comes from Latin "palium", i.e. a...

Simple lines and great talent, this is the moka pot, invented in Italy in the 1930s and that became the symbol of homemade Italian coffee all over the world. Its name comes from the city of Mocha, which was an important market for coffee in Yemen, on the shores of the Red Sea. Since the 1930s, many types of moka have been created, but structure and operating remain unchanged. Moka consists of three elements: the boiler, the base that contains water,...

In the Camardo Coffee cafés, every customer can taste the aroma of a perfect Italian espresso, pleasantly immersed in an atmosphere of absolute relaxation. We have helped to spread the coffee culture around the world through the opening of many cafes with the aim of pursuing our mission: “promote the culture of Italian quality espresso”. In our cafès everyone can taste the aroma of a unique product with the style that distinguishes us. Our commitment is to keep opening new Camardo Coffee Shops,...