In reality, coffee is one of the most important influencers on your bottom line. (First and) last impressions count the most – the memory of a scotch fillet melting in your mouth is quickly pushed aside by bitter taste of a poor coffee, which is often the last thing your customers will taste. On the flip side, a fantastic cup of coffee is sure to have your customers returning not only for more coffee, but more importantly more food.
A number of factors affect the coffee’s quality – freshness, roast quality and barista skills are a few. We’ll help you tackle all of these. Don’t let bad coffee hold your restaurant back.
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