About a young spirited daughter, Aria, and her father’s attempt to stymie her love affair with coffee. Part of her plea…
Father sir, but do not be so harsh! If I couldn’t, three times a day, be allowed to drink my little cup of coffee, in my anguish I will turn into’ a shriveled-up roast goat!
Ah! How sweet coffee tastes, More delicious than a thousand kisses, milder than muscatel wine. Coffee, I must have coffee, and, if someone wants to pamper me, ah, then bring me coffee as a gift!
Of course, in the end Dad succumbs, and permits that her marriage contract will require three cups of coffee a day.
Celebrates one young Caffè Amouri regular, Aria, who LOVES her coffee! Her “evil” father is not at all happy with her devotion to this sweet nectar. As fathers have for millennia, he tries to stop his daughter from the thing she loves:
Daddy, dear….chill out!, I NEED to go to Caffe Amouri And get my daily delicious cup If you don’t let me, I’ll turn into A really angry teenager!
Oh my…This cappuccino taste so good Better even than kissing my boyfriend (take THAT, Dad!) Milder than most of the videos I watch on Instagram Coffee, I must have coffee, And if someone wants to buy me a cup? You know where to find me…Caffè Amouri
Eventually, Dad agrees that it’s better to let Aria go to Caffè Amouri than for Dad to keep trying to stop her (we ALL know how THAT goes!)