Google Doodle honored Angelo Moriondo – Guy who invented espresso machine
The Google Doodle on June 6th celebrated Angelo Moriondo who is known for inventing the world’s first patented Espresso Machine.
Angelo Moriondo is the most popular name on the internet today, and his birthday was recognised with a Google Doodle. In this post, I’ll give you a quick rundown of everything you need to know. The table below contains all of the pertinent information about him.
Biography of Angelo Moriondo
Angelo Moriondo Biography: Angelo Moriondo was born on June 6, 1851, in Turin, Kingdom of Sardinia, to a Christian family. He grew up in Turin, Sardinia’s capital. He finished his education in Turin, Kingdom of Sardinia, at a local school.
On May 31, 1914, he died at the age of 62. In the final days of his life, he resided in Marentino, Turin, Italy. He is famous all over the world for inventing the first espresso machine. His Espresso coffee machine was patented.
In 1884, he was the first to invent the espresso machine. Following the pilgrim development in Eastern Africa and the formation of Italian Somaliland in 1889 and Italian Eritrea in 1890, Luigi Bezzera protected the first espresso machine to actually use steam to mix through its tension, rather than just elevating the boiling water over the espresso bed.
Angelo Moriondo comes from a line of pioneers. His grandfather started an alcohol delivery service, which was continued by his father Giacomo, who eventually founded the well-known chocolate company “Moriondo and Gariglio” with his brother Agostino and cousin Gariglio. Angelo purchased the Grand Hotel Ligure in Piazza Carlo Felice and the American Bar in Via Roma’s Galleria Nazionale.