On the 10th of May 1734 AD, Charles of Borbone, ruler of Naples and King of Spain, before arriving in Naples stopped at the Minimi monastery.
He had the desire to taste the dark beverage with the robust and distinct aroma he had been told.
The friars had gone to great lengths to prepare the king's beverage, for they wanted to please him.
Two hundred and fifty years later, as technology changed and has transformed how coffee is made, the passion and attentiveness to the preparation of real coffee in the Neapolitan way are better and more improved than ever.
The Italian company was founded in 1997 and headquartered in Naples, Italy.
Thanks to the knowledge of the technicalities of espresso and steadfast perseverance, Caffè Borbone has become an example in terms of quality and constancy in the transformation of a difficult and delicate product.