Unlike most Italian coffee companies, everything Gimoka does is in-house. It deals directly and fairly with growers all over the world and is a member of Café de Colombia and the 4C Association, both world leaders in providing environmentally and economically sustainable coffee. It’s also biologically certified and fair trade.
The coffee beans arrive in Lake Como green. Gimoka doesn’t produce single origin coffee, but blends that have been masterfully crafted by coffee experts to give you the best espresso. Each variety is roasted individually in small batches using artisan methods, cupped (tested for aroma and flavour) and expertly mixed before being sealed in the individual capsules.
From Como to you, Gimoka is serving up Italian bar coffee in your kitchen.
About Gran Caffè Garibaldi
Garibaldi is an Italian legend. The man who united the separate states into one republic and affectionately known as the “eroe dei due mondi” (hero of two worlds) because after Italy, he headed off to fight the War of Independence in the yet-to-be-United States. So it’s no surprise that one of Italy’s premier coffee labels would want to use his name for their “caffè dei due mondi” (coffee of two worlds).
Gran Caffè Garibaldi sources its arabica beans fairly and directly from local farmers. The company is fair trade. The beans are then roasted in Italy. A hint of robusta is added to some blends for an earthy note and a touch of bitterness. The ground coffee is immediately sealed in recyclable oxygen and moisture-free capsules to ensure it doesn’t lose its flavour before it arrives in your kitchen.
Gran Caffè Garibaldi is Italian excellence, just like its namesake.