The customer was asked to pay €2 for a cup of decaffeinated coffee and called the police. Ditta Artigianale, located downtown, had neglected to put the price of the coffee on the menu, according to an angry customer. This got the coffee specialist in trouble. It is punishable by law that the price of a cup of coffee is not clearly visible.
Francesco Sanabo, the owner of the café, shared his side of the story via a video on social media. He says, among other things, that the price of coffee is displayed in a digital menu. He also called it “unreasonable.”
Ditta Artigianale is best known for making coffee, according to The Guardian. The case is said to have already won many competitions with the “black gold” setting.
According to The Guardian, an espresso in Italy costs 1 euro on average. But earlier this year, many bars had to raise prices due to supply problems and poor harvests. The average price of a cup of espresso has risen to 1.50 euros on average.
As early as 2013, Sanapo, its coffee shop in Florence, charged €1.30 for a cup of espresso. This resulted in mixed reactions: “But I’ve never received a fine.” Because of the increase in the cost of land, the price of espresso coffee has also gone up.
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