On the occasion of Angelo Moriondo's 171st birthday, Google created a special doodle to honor 

the inventor of espresso machines. The design was created by Olivia When using coffee. A Turin, Italy, entrepreneur

He was born on June 6, 1851. Angelo's father took over a liquor company founded by Moriondo's grandfather.

His father, a chocolate maker, founded Moriondo and Gariglio with his brother and cousin.

Moriondo also purchased two other establishments, Grand-Hotel Ligure in Piazza Carlo

Felice and American Bar in Galleria Nazionale of Via Roma.

Despite coffee's popularity in Italy, making multiple cups of coffee to brew inconvenienced customers.

As a result, Moriondo figured he could serve more customers at a faster pace, giving him a competitive edge.

In addition, Moriondo's espresso machine was awarded a bronze medal at the General Expo of Turin in 1884.

The machine Morindo designed used a large boiler and a second boiler to produce steam

That flashed the coffee bed and completed brewing.

The first espresso machine was patented by Moriondo. He continued to manufacture and

Patent his invention in the years following. His patent was entitled "New Steam Machinery for

The Economic and Instant Confection of Coffee Beverage, Method "A.Morindo".

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