Business coffee vs tea

In this article, we look at the advantages of business coffee vs tea in the workplace

Historically we are a nation of tea drinkers, which was largely driven by the production capabilities of our global colonies.

As part of their journey to independence, the US rejected tea and the taxes levied by the British government during the Boston Tea Party protest exactly 246 years ago today. As well as avoiding our taxes they chose coffee due to the close proximity of the coffee producing countries just south of their border.

The most beautiful looking and performing double walled coffee Carafe

We searched all over the world for the very best coffee carafe that would not only present Specialty coffee beautifully but also improve the drinking experience.  Our journey led us to a couple of coffee-lovers in Boulder, Colorado who design and manufacture the Bolio double-walled coffee carafe.

Introducing the Jura JX8 bean-to-cup machine

Bean to cup machines create espresso-based coffee drinks at the touch of a button. Fully automatic machines such as the Jura JX8 also froth milk to create a full range of barista drinks. The major benefit of these machines is simplicity and convenience.

The benefits of speciality coffee

Premium Specialty coffee is a force for good in a sector where exploitative practices are commonplace. Premium coffee brings benefits at each stage of the supply chain, starting with the farmer and finishing with a superior cup of coffee in your business.

What is the difference between ‘premium coffee’ and ‘speciality coffee’?

The ‘premium’ descriptor is widely used in the food and drink categories

It’s generally a shortcut to describe a product or brand that’s simply better or more expensive than others. For a while, in the beer category it had a specific meaning in that the product had an ABV of 4.5% or above. But with the craft beer revolution even these lines have become blurred.