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    Neapolitan coffee on fire. It's war

    NAPLES- Which is the best Italy's coffee? It's from Naples, of course! But now something has changed. “Neapolitan coffee smells like something burned up”- That's what Andrej Godina, person in charge for Italy's coffe education Scae (Speciality Coffee Association of Europe), said about Gambrinus's coffee, the most important coffee bar in Naples, Italy. It's very difficult to be unfazed for the citizens. “The black gold”, neapolitan pride, injured by another italian one, infact Godina comes from Trieste. He said: “It's rancid, woody and earthy". Neapolitan citizens are miffed. What's wrong with their coffee? From Naples as a challenge to Godina, Antonio Sergio e Massimiliano Rosati Gambrinus owners, claimed: “Come back to Naples and try the real good one coffee, which is beloved by everyone who tastes it, instead of Northern Italy coffee”. In the meanwhile in Naples, as things stand, all the important and famous personality are preparing a flashmob called “#AmoIlCaffèDiNapoli (trans. I love Neapolitan Coffee). By the way, it's an open war on social networks between who stands for and against Naples' coffee: “Shame on you Godina” it's what people write on Facebook and Twitter. Naples' coffee will win hands down!
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