The history of KIMBO company, which produced Cafe do Brasil coffee, began in the 40s of the last century. The Neapolitan Rubino family, applying their extensive experience in roasting and preparing coffee, decided to dedicate themselves and their knowledge to the creation of espresso coffee blends that would contain the ancient glory of the Neapolitan coffee taste. In 1940, the Rubino brothers opened a coffee shop in Naples, and in 1963 they launched the Café do Brasil brand. Starting to use the revolutionary method of vacuum packaging, which preserves the freshness and aroma of coffee for a long time, the company quickly became popular and shared real Neapolitan coffee with the whole world. In 1971, Café do Brasil was rebranded as Caffé KIMBO. In the second half of the 1970s, the company entered the national market with such success that by 1994 it became the second largest producer of coffee in Italy. The main advantage of KIMBO coffee is the unique and inimitable taste of real Neapolitan coffee, which brought the company worldwide popularity and made KIMBO coffee an invariable attribute of the most elite establishments in Europe. Today, KIMBO company is one of the most popular coffee producers in Italy and the only producer on a global scale that makes genuine Neapolitan coffee blends. The KIMBO brand is among the TOP-3 coffee producers in Europe. KIMBO's mission is to be a benchmark for coffee connoisseurs around the world.