ABOUT Sí, ESPRESSO
Sí Espresso is a full-service coffee company that offers coffee and other related beverage products & commercial equipment. In addition, we offer a Barista Pop-Up bar for weddings and corporate events.
Sí, Espresso is the official distributor of Moka Sir’s coffee from Pavia, Italy. Some of the best-loved blends are Moka Sirs Pregiato, which is a 70% Arabica and 30% Robusta beans with lots of body and natural crema. The Single Origin coffees such as Sidamo from Ethiopia is another favorite here. Should you want to feature your brand on our coffee, we can also accommodate private label for you. Si Espresso offers a selection of locally roasted coffee such as Sumatra and Concrete Jungle filtered coffee.
We are able to repair coffee equipment and we provide regular maintenance of machines for our clients. Our passion is coffee and we take great pride in providing training on the art of coffee making!
Sí, Espresso is very proud to have partnered with an elite group of clients including luxury brands, private membership clubs, restaurants and celebrity events.
Family Tradition from Italy
Sí, Espresso, Inc. was born nearly eight years ago when Italian-born Vincenzo Imparato, a former WBU Super-Middleweight Boxing Champion of Italy moved to Staten Island, New York with a dream of bringing the art of espresso coffee to the United States.
He opened his first café, in Northern Italy nearly twenty-five years ago where he developed an appreciation for the art of good coffee. It was only natural that Vincenzo wanted to share his beloved espresso from Moka Sir’s in Italy to the U.S.
Photo: Jordan Adam
Sí, Espresso believes in the adage that has been passed on by generations in Italy, the true art of coffee is solidified by:
The 5 'M's
The Barista's Hand
Once you have all these key “ingredients” working and complementing each other, can you finally achieve the art of good coffee. Each is equally important in the process, but they are most effective when working together. To become a true coffee connoisseur is never to underestimate the value of these components.