The birth of the roasting company.
In the early 1980s, our great love of coffee gave us, the Vivenzio Brothers, an idea. Why not roast and blend the perfect coffee ourselves? That was the beginning of our coffee roasting house Italvi, located south of Rome.
In search of the perfect blend of coffee, we travelled around the world, found inspiration and refined our recipes.
The made in Italy Coffee.
During these years, coffee production began in the Italian factory. The choice of the best selection of the best raw materials and a careful manufacturing process is the result of the unique quality that represents O'ccaffè. The Vivenzio family goes beyond the borders, returning to the German market with the first exports, bringing Italian coffee to Germany.
O'ccaffè in the german mass market retailers.
It is an important year for the company.The business grows and the renewal of the machinery leads to doubling the production capacity, allowing the brand to consolidate its presence in the German large-scale retail trade and conquering the market that still remains the main one. O'ccaffè's strength is precisely that of having an artisan product and being structured and organised to produce large volumes.
In this year, in addition to increasing its production capacity, Italvì obtained the IFS (International Food Standard) standard which guarantees to supply safe products, compliant with the specifications and legal requirements. It constitutes a model recognized in Europe and in the rest of the world.
The new generation.
Our children continue to run the Vivenzio family business in its second generation. We have passed our roasting house, craftsmanship and love of coffee tradition onto them. The need to renew and transform the company led to the production of a new range of products and new packaging.
O'ccaffè becomes digital.
Determined to improve and innovate, driven by the need to reach new markets, O'ccaffè chooses to be present on digital sales channels. Initially on Amazon.de and then on Alibaba.
"An excellent Italian coffee that we ourselves have the pleasure of drinking"