Caffé Vergnano Arrives

The family-owned, premium Italian coffee brand Caffé Vergnano has launched in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

The launch follows Coca-Cola HBC’s acquisition of a 30% equity shareholding in Caffé Vergnano in 2021 with an exclusive distribution agreement in Coca-Cola HBC’s markets, including the island of Ireland.

Caffé Vergnano, which celebrates its 140th anniversary this year, will be available to hotels and restaurants across the island. It is already served in Café Vergnano in Bray.
To celebrate the launch of one of Italy’s oldest roasters on the island of Ireland, Caffé Vergnano commissioned research to find out how people like their coffee. The survey of over 1,000 people found that:    

Commenting on the findings of the research and the launch of Caffé Vergnano on this island of Ireland, Niall Kidd, Coffee Business Manager, Coca-Cola HBC Ireland and Northern Ireland, said: “Coffee drinkers in Ireland and Northern Ireland are a discerning group, they know their coffee and value taste and quality above everything else. Given the premium quality, authenticity, and heritage of Caffé Vergnano, we felt it was the perfect coffee for our hotels and restaurants in Northern Ireland and Ireland.”

Caffè Vergnano is a family-owned Italian coffee company headquartered in Santena, Italy. It is one of the oldest coffee roasters in Italy with roots dating back to 1882. Its product offering consists of truly premium, high-quality coffee that represents Italian heritage and authenticity at its best.