If you have ever considered moving to Italy, because let’s face it, they have great coffee there, then you should investigate the small Italian villages looking to attract new residents. Several towns and villages in the country are offering homes for one Euro ($1.10 USD); some are even offering to pay a stipend if you do buy there. The catch is that the homes are abandoned, often dilapidated, needing work and improvements, so while you may get the house cheaply, you are obligated to complete planned repairs within a few years. In some cases, the buyer must open a small business, and there is usually a non-refundable deposit.
Interestingly, many of these villages are historical centers showcasing architecture, archeological ruins, cave and underground chamber living, wine harvesting, mountain-side and seaside areas, and even featuring centuries-old stone houses at the base of a castle. Even more interesting for the Italians already living there, it turns out that these inexpensive homes have attracted Europeans and Americans, who are buying and renovating. Almost ten percent of Italy’s population consists of people from other countries.
Small villages in the country have increasingly fewer residents, as people have slowly abandoned the areas to move to larger towns for work. In addition, Italy’s birth rate has drastically fallen, with 2018 registering as the lowest on record ever.
Luckily, you don’t have to move to Italy to get real Italian coffee. At EnjoyBetterCoffee.com, we have fresh and delicious Italian coffee imported from Italy. This week, we are offering a special deal on 3 of our top brands:
Get 20%, yes, you read right, 20% off your order of these products when you order by Tuesday, October 8th.*
Please Use Coupon Code: ITALY20
*Discount valid from 10/6/19 through 11:59PM ET on 10/8/19 at EnjoyBetterCoffee.com with no minimum order required for the following brands only: Lavazza, Segafredo and Miscela d’Oro. Not valid with other coupons or discounts, special sale or case sale products. Questions? Call us at 800.582.6617 Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM ET.
You Could Be Enjoying These Coffees Right Now!
Miscela D’Oro: Quality, Elegance and Simplicity
When the Urbano family started roasting small batches of coffee in 1946, the guiding principle of the company was to simply choose the highest quality raw beans. Miscela D’Oro sources the best raw coffee beans, carefully blends the green beans, then roasts them to produce a full-bodied espresso with a rich, thick crema. We have whole beans for premium espresso, including an Organic roast. Nespresso drinkers take note: We have 7 different roasts of Miscela D’Oro capsules for Nespresso, including a decaf and an Organic style.
Lavazza: It’s How You Say Coffee In Italian
Based in Turin, in the northwestern part of the country, Lavazza has been blending and creating the highest-quality Italian espresso for more than 120 years. Our range of Lavazza coffee includes espresso and filter coffee in ground, many options in whole beans, and one roast in capsules for the Nespresso machine. Our most popular roasts include the medium roast Qualita Oro in ground, in a can for easy storage; Café Espresso in ground and in decaffeinated, perfect for every day; a range of ground coffee that can meet every taste; and, Qualita Rossa in whole beans, for a full-body brew.
Segafredo: Crafted Like No Other
A flagship product from the Massimo Zanetti coffee empire, Segafredo coffee is consistently high-quality. We have a wide range of Segafredo coffee, including whole beans, capsules for the Segafredo espresso machine (NOT for Nespresso machines), pods for espresso machines, and rich, ground coffee. Try Casa which is spicy and full; Intermezzo which is strong and rich, and Espresso Moka, which is intense. Segafredo Espresso is strong with a persistent crema.
Coffee In The News
Burglary Spree Made Him Thirsty
In a suburb of Atlanta, a block of businesses were broken into and plundered during several hours overnight one day last week. The intruder was spotted on surveillance cameras, and is accused of taking computers, tvs, sports memorabilia, and food. He tried but was unsuccessful in making a cup of coffee at one of his stops, so he grabbed the coffee itself and took that instead. Police released video images asking for the public’s help in identifying the perp.
As always, enjoy better coffee and thanks from the EnjoyBetterCoffee Team!