The Compatible Nespresso® Capsules by Caffè Partenope are ideal for coffee lovers who appreciate exceptional creaminess. The roasting, following the Neapolitan tradition with its slow and intense pace, gives this coffee a dense and golden crema, accompanied by a robust flavor enriched with notes of cocoa, toasted bread, and hazelnuts. The caffeine content is less than 0.1%, thanks to a natural decaffeination process.
Within each individual capsule, you will find our curiosity, our passion, and the vision of what, for us, is the true Neapolitan espresso. For three generations, we have been studying the secrets of roasting, strolling through the streets of the city of Naples, where we were born and which continues to inspire us day after day. It is right here that Caffè Partenope is born: from the streets of one of the oldest cities in the world to the steps leading to your home, in a cup ready to let you taste the best of Naples.
Caffè Partenope is a traditional brand of espresso in Naples.
The company has been present in the area for 25 years and produces a full-bodied, captivating and characterful espresso.
Caffè Partenope tastes the real Neapolitan espresso, at home or at the bar.
Blends of the highest quality, carefully selected, because for us espresso is not a simple habit, but a real cult, a philosophy of life!
Savor the taste of tradition that never stops renewing itself. Take a break and enjoy a steaming cup of espresso to start the day in the best possible way.
Caffè Partenope is synonymous with coffee beans (for supply to bars or for domestic use, for grinding), but also with coffee pods and capsules, combined with the best machines for home and office.
All the flavor of Neapolitan coffee blends, just like at the bar, right in your own home.
Roasting since 1989
Caffè Partenope is a family-run artisan coffee roastery located in Naples, Southern Italy, since 1989. We specialize in the selection, roasting, and sale of blends for Italian Espresso. Our master roasters skillfully blend 'Arabica' and 'Robusta' beans sourced from South and Central America, Africa, and Asia to create a unique, intense, and balanced aroma that enhances the true taste of Neapolitan tradition. In recent years, the company has expanded its horizons by producing single-serve paper filter pods for home use. Inspired by the iconic Pulcinella mask, Caffè Partenope rediscovers the flavors of Neapolitan tradition, celebrates its ancient origins, and embraces the creativity and theatricality of Naples.
For years, the company has been committed to promoting its products in eco-friendly packaging to protect the environment. In fact, Caffè Partenope's coffee pods are made from 100% recyclable paper.
Espresso inspired by the Siren Partenope, a mythological figure and ancient name of the city of Naples, comes in a cup with two divine blends: Aphrodite, an Italian espresso coffee blend composed of 7 different Arabica origins, finely mixed, maintaining its goodness for over forty years. It is characterized by its intense aroma, sweet taste, with notes of caramel, hazelnut, and orange blossoms, along with hints of cocoa and earth; Athena, a coffee blend based on 5 different Arabica (60%) and Robusta (40%) origins. It is known for its creamy texture, with hints of cocoa, a full body, and a persistent palate with aromatic notes of cocoa and honey.
A fairy tale that captivates and moves.
The rebranding of Caffè Partenope combines the quality of espresso with the traditions of the region in a captivating communication project centered around a fairy tale. The protagonist is a princess named Partenope, who is desperate because her father is forcing her into a marriage of convenience. Fortunately, she encounters Pulcinella, who, after hearing her story, gives her his mask. The mask conceals her beauty, freeing her to rule on her own with wisdom. This story, rich in values, teaches the importance of believing in oneself and brings together some of the traditional symbols of Naples, beautifully represented in the logo. The connection to the world of legend and mythology is further evident in the evocative names of some blends, such as Athena and Aphrodite.