When questioning professionals or consumers about influences on coffee quality, factors such as type, variety and origin, processing, sorting, gentle roasting, fresh grinding or the type of preparation are usually named. Very rarely, however, is the temperature is brought into play. According to popular opinion, the best way to think with coffee is “the hotter the better”. This belief needs to be tackled in two ways. [Sign in to continue]
Month: February 2018
This article is not about some crazy marketing strategies for your coffee shop, that will cost you all of your budget, but it’s about the simplest thing you can actually do, look over to your competition! You shouldn’t copy them. Doing a good
Reuters poll forecasts a Global coffee supply surplus in 2018-2019 with Brazil’s record coffee harvest: the country is expected to produce 60 million 60-kg coffee bags (44 million of Arabica and 16 million bags of Robusta). According to Conab, Brazil’s
In Tokyo’s Shibuya district, a robot barista makes a coffee at Henn-na Cafe. As reported by newsobserver.com, to order a coffee, the customer must buy a ticket at a vending machine. The price of a cup of coffee is ¥ 320
How to establish a barista training program? Here are 5 steps to do so:
Number 1: Form your C-team
That’s mean you first need a coffee experts team of people – Coffee Team. The team should consist of a group of members who are responsible to coffee quality assurance, coffee education and research & development. These people are the engine of your coffee business. They will be in touch with the latest trend of the coffee world and build up proper trainings for your barista.
Apart from that, the team serves a symbolic meaning to your barista team. They will have a group of people to look up to, which helps to create a better learning environment in the company.
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Many cafe owners invest significantly into the actual products instead of the barista. But the naked truth is without a good barista, you can never win.
Total production in the year 2017, according to an Ico report, has an estimated 158.93 million bags, with an increase of 0.8%, compared to last year. In this total, the share of Arabica is at 62.2% compared to 64.8% in
According to a report published by the British parliamentary committee, in the UK at least 2,5 billion disposable coffee cups are thrown away per year, and just 0,25% can be recycled. The Environmental Audit Committee, appointed by the House of
China is unsurprisingly one of the 70 coffee producing countries, since it has a millennia rooted in an unshakeable tea culture.
Should you still be using Facebook for your coffee business, is there not much happening on your Facebook page? Not many followers have joined your page recently; your posts seem to be ignored by your audience. Yes, there’s this Facebook algorithm going on, that tends to choose