The Italian favourite cocktail? The Negroni. The most expensive cappuccino? In Bolzano. The world bartenders (and not only) Carrara fair

by Monday, February 23, 2015

Among the approximately fifty internationally recognized cocktail, what the Italians prefer, According to Fib (Federazione italiana barmen), is the Negroni. The gin-based cocktails, Campari and vermouth rosso is in fact the most ordered, especially at the hour of the aperitif. A special pride as the Negroni was born in Italy, in Florence for the accuracy in the 20 's of the 20th century at the Cafe Casoni, Thanks to the imagination of Count Camillo Negroni, who decided to replace the seltz of her beloved American (other favorites) gin to once again relish the memory of his travels in London. Returning to the ranks of the most loved by Italians, among those of new generation there is to point out the various Sour, appreciated especially in the disco by younger, but also the Long Island, the Moscow Mule and the Cosmopolitan.

From cocktails to Cappuccino to discover where you pay more savory. From EUR 1.03 to EUR 1.56 Rome to Bolzano, with the 1.27 euros in Milan. Significantly high numbers between Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia: in Trieste a costa cappuccino 1,48 euro, in Verona 1,42, in Pordenone 1,41 euro. Dato curious, in Palermo the cappuccino costs proportionately much more than coffee: 0,88 euros for a coffee with ben 1,46 for a hood.

But how many bars are there in Italy? The bar represents a strong joint network of shops. In the records of the Chambers of Commerce are 148.164 enterprises. In seven regions (Piemonte, Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Lazio and Campania) focus two-thirds of companies in the sector. The 53,2% business legal form of sole proprietorship with a very sustained regional variability. The result is a slow but progressive decline of a shift in the industry towards organizational less simple formulas. The 36,2% businesses operating as partnerships, While the share of the capital is about 9%. In this context, it is worth a report the 10,6% in Lombardy in the North, the 21,2% del Lazio in the Center and the 10,5% in Campania in the South. To "other legal forms, which include, for example, co-operatives should be a quota of 1.1%.

All these curiosities emerge from the XXXV Edition of Tirreno C. T., the fair of catering and hospitality underway at Carrara Fiere until 26 February next.


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