Who Was Angelo Moriondo?
|Known as||Inventor of Espresso|
|Birth date||6 June 1851|
|Birth place||Turin, Italy|
Angelo Moriondo, a native of a family of entrepreneurs, was born June 6, 1851 in Turin (Turin). His grandfather opened a liquor company and the family business subsequently passed to Angelo’s father, Giacomo.
Angelo Moriondo came from a family of entrepreneurs. His grandfather founded a liquor company, which was continued by his father Giacomo. In turn, the father, together with his brother Ettore and cousin Gariglio, the founder of the oldest Roman chocolate shop ‘Moriondo and Gariglio’, joined the business..
Angelo was the owner of the Grand-Hotel Ligure in the center of Turin in Piazza Carlo Felice and the American bar in Rome.
Angelo Moriondo’s Invention
Over time, Moriondo expanded his commercial activities, including the purchase of the ‘Grand-Hotel Ligure’ in Turin’s Piazza San Carlo and became the owner of a bar.
It was the purchase of hotels and bars that was the strongest impetus for the inventor, who decided to create a fantastic machine to produce ‘instant coffee’ to satisfy the always-in-demand customers.
In Turin in 1884 – Moriondo presented his invention at an exhibition, where it was awarded a bronze medal. The patent was issued for a period of six years on May 16, 1884 under the title “New steam engine for the economical and instantaneous sweetness of a coffee drink, A. Moriondo’s method”.
In fact, the machine was built by a mechanic named Martina, who worked under the direct supervision of the inventor.
In November 20, 1884: The invention was updated in a patent dated Volume 34, No. 381. After registering in Paris, Moriando’s invention was confirmed on October 23, 1885 by an international patent. Subsequently, the Italian continued to improve his invention, each improvement received a patent.
Angelo Moriondo did not put the invention into industrial production. He limited himself to creating a handful of hand-made examples that worked in his establishments, convinced that this was an essential advertisement for coffee machines.
Jan Bursten, coffee historian, describes Moriondo’s device as “the first Italian bar machine to control the flow of steam and water through the coffee separately.”
He describes Moriondo as “one of the first creators of the espresso machine.” Unlike more advanced espresso machines, this was a machine that brewed coffee in larger quantities, without preparing a shot of coffee “specially” for each customer, which is the basis of the espresso philosophy.
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