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Exciting News: New Additions For May



We Are Proud To Announce
Some Great New Additions To Our Offerings!
San Giusto Caffè Espresso Cup with Saucer
Sold individually (one cup/one saucer)
Porcelain
Hand wash recommended
Made in Verona, Italy by ANCAP
We love the beautiful San Giusto logo in red and gray on these cups and how the writing is on the inside rim.  It reminds us of our time in Trieste!
Take A Look
Pellini Top - ground coffee - 8.8 oz/250g can
Verona, Italy
Medium Roast
Suitable for all coffee makers
100% Arabica

Sophisticated aroma, sweet and delicate but clear flavor, like a real espresso coffee. To be appreciated especially without adding sugar.

Try The Taste Of Verona

Special Spring Opportunity!

Take Advantage Of 25% Off
Alessi Stovetop Espresso Makers

While the moka pot has been around since 1933, it took Alessi to bring architects into the design process to create some of the most beautiful and creative versions of this staple of the Italian kitchen.

We know you want one, so why not treat yourself? Use code MCALESSI25 to get your 25% off and as always, shipping is free for orders over $50.
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