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Venice: In the 17th century, Venice was the gateway for coffee on its way to Europe. Traders brought the precious beans from the Arab states to the city of canals. As a trading metropolis of the time, the city's transport routes have hardly changed to this day. Even today, coffee is delivered in sacks on gondolas along the city's canals to the roasting plants.


Right next to the Rialto Bridge, Sir Ermenegildo Rizzardini founded the Extra Doge roastery. Then in 1995 Bernardo Della Mea acquired the roastery and renamed it "Caffé del Doge". The name "del Doge" is derived from the Venetian heads of who were replaced only in 1797 when Napoleon took over the city. Originally, the Doge had enormous power, but it was limited in the 12th century. He was elected among the nobles of the Venetian aristocracy and retained his office until his death. The most representative symbol of the Doge of Venice is his peculiar crown: the Doge's horn. The logo of Caffé del Doge shows this doge's horn and thus decorates every product of the roastery.
Eine Tasse von Caffé des Doge in Venedig. Eine Tasse von Caffé des Doge in Venedig.
Kaffee bei der Röstung. Kaffee bei der Röstung.


With the spread of coffee began the tradition of coffee houses. In fact, not long after its discovery, coffee became very popular. The first Venetian coffee house opened its doors in St. Mark's Square. Since then, the smell of coffee has been part of the cityscape of Venice - just like the gondolas.
Since the opening of the roastery Caffé del Doge coffee virtuosity courts in the city. Venetians love this coffee. The taste is incomparable and therefore extremely popular with Venice's countless tourists. The company has made a name for itself with the coffee blends CAFFÉ DEL DOGE NERO, CAFFÉ DEL DOGE ROSSO and a DECOFFERED variety. In a few years, the small roastery began to grow and develop into a dynamic and modern export-oriented coffee roasting company.


The popularity of this coffee and the passion with which Bernardo Della Mea pushed his business meant that production capacity was soon exhausted in the narrow streets of Venice. Therefore, the roastery moved out of the listed buildings and settled in Padua. The roastery has a first-class roasting system that preserves all the traditional processing method "Classico Veneziano".
Eine Tasse von Caffé des Doge in Venedig. Eine Tasse von Caffé des Doge in Venedig.

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