In a little town in the middle of Italy, land of poetry, Ugo Borghetti, poet and cafè owner, perceives the power of change and invents a coffee liqueur “with an excellent formula” that relieves consumers. In this very simple way it was born this real espresso liqueur that inspires from the beginning positive sentiments and strong social aggregation.
They are in 1860. Italy – as a country – is still taking shape and its population is trembling not only for the historical events, but also for the new inventions that in Western Europe are strongly changing people habits.
Caffè Borghetti’s aftertaste, with a touch of alcool that allows a perfect conservation, immediately conqueres the attention of a market in constant evolution: Borghetti’s liqueur is prized with the success.