Good name for a coffee???!

Question: Good name for a coffee!?!?!?
I'm italian and I've got a coffee factory in Italy( like Illy or Lavazza) the name of the coffee I make in Italy is Rico's, I will come soon in England to sell my coffee to Bars restaurants and hotels but I'm afraid the name of my coffee is not so good for english people I like something that reminds people about a real italian expresso what do you suggest!? Thank you everyone would answer me Kisses!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Rico's sounds like a good name to me!. If it's Italian coffee then you want your customers to think of Italy/Italian names when they think of your coffee!. An English name would make it sound English and I think you're going for an Italian feel, so I'd stick with the Italian name if it was me!.

Rico's sounds fine! Good luck :)Www@FoodAQ@Com

How do you say "beautifuly smooth" in Italian!? I think keeping the name Italian is a good idea!. It keeps your idenity, where the coffee came from!. Bella!.!.!.!.something!. Hope that helps!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Italian Coffo!?Www@FoodAQ@Com



El Grande Lorrenza!.

Just off the top of my headWww@FoodAQ@Com

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