If our espresso has a soft hazel-coloured foam, it’s thanks to Achille Gaggia, who has given shape to his amazing invention at Viale Premuda 14, Milan: the first professional coffee machine without steam. In this way, he managed to extract from coffee beans even the most intimate and creamy essence, the same nuance of taste and colour that gives uniqueness to the espresso that the whole world still loves today. During the International Coffee Day on 1st October, on the occasion of the Milanocaffè event promoted by the editorial staff of Comunicaffè, Gaggia Milano will officially start a new collaboration with L'Ov Milano, one of the most original culinary proposals in Milan, which is located right at Viale Premuda 14.
For this reason, all customers visiting the venue between 8.00 and 15.00 will be offered a cup of coffee by Gaggia Milano! In fact, at L'Ov Milano it will be possible to enjoy espresso-based drinks prepared with the new traditional machine La Giusta in its 3-group version, a perfect combination of modern design, style, functionality and ease of use. Furthermore, the client will have the opportunity to relive the atmosphere typical of the magnificent 1950s, which is recalled in the new setting, including the elegant and rare historical model Esportazione 1 group dating back to the 1950s. It's not over here. Achille Gaggia was a coffee expert and a great innovator of communication: the success of his professional coffee machines was accompanied, in fact, by numerous images and advertising campaigns, some of which are displayed at L'Ov Milano.
This is the goal of Gaggia and L'Ov: giving life to a place of meeting, exchange and conviviality for coffee lovers and good food. In short, a point of reference for Italian good taste.