Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy

Angelo Moriondo of Turin, Italy

Bravo Angelo....

Moriondo was an inventor from Turin, Italy, who patented his invention of  the modern espresso machine. Thank you, Angelo, for our beloved espresso machine. 


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from Wikipedia:

"Moriondo presented his invention at the General Expo of Turin in 1884, where it was awarded the bronze medal. The patent was awarded for a period of six years on 16 May 1884 under the title "New steam machinery for the economic and instantaneous confection of coffee beverage, method ‘A. Moriondo’." The machine was built by a mechanic named Martina, working under the direct supervision of the inventor.

It was successively updated with a patent on 20 November 1884, Vol 34, No 381. The invention was then confirmed by international patent application after being registered in Paris on 23 October 1885. In the following years, Moriondo continued to improve his invention drastically, each improvement being patented."

Il Museo Lavazza celebra Angelo Moriondo, il torinese che nel 1884 ...
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