So, you’re eager to dive into the world of cafe business, but you’re not content with just being one of many coffee shops on the block. You’re craving something more—an edge that sets your cafe apart from the bustling crowds of caffeine purveyors. Well, you’re in the right place! In this blog, we’re about to inspire your cafe dream into a unique reality.
For those of you who are currently on the hunt to create a coffee corner in your home, office, or even a small cafe, we’ve got you covered. But not that the needs and requirements for a coffee station setup can vary depending on your setting. That’s why we’ve carefully crafted two distinct coffee equipment shopping lists: one tailored for house or office setups, and another specifically designed for small cafes.
Small details have a significant effect on guests’ experiences at your resort. To spoil their guests, hotel owners have opted for freshly roasted coffee capsules instead of instant coffee. These coffee capsules offer both convenience and taste, making them the new norm for in-room coffee. However, the use of single-use coffee pods is harmful to the environment.
Single-use coffee pods may be convenient, but they’re not so great for the environment. As the owner of Coffee Culture, I’ve seen firsthand the impact that single-use coffee pods have on the environment. And let me tell you, it ain’t pretty. These plastic pods can take hundreds of years to decompose, and they often end up in landfills or oceans, contributing to plastic pollution. Yikes! But don’t worry, there’s good news. The future of coffee is looking more eco-friendly, and it’s more delicious than ever.
Learn the ins and outs of starting your own coffee shop with The Daily Grind: A Guide to Opening Your Own Coffee Shop. From planning and preparation to building a strong online presence, this blog covers everything you need to know to turn your coffee business dreams into a reality. Follow our expert advice and tips to ensure your success and make your coffee shop stand out from the competition.
“Green cafes” are becoming more popular worldwide, with even large chains like Starbucks jumping on board. If you’re a coffee shop owner looking to make a positive impact, there are many benefits to going green and a few simple ways to start. In this blog, I’ll share some ideas on how any coffee shop, no matter where it may be, can benefit from incorporating eco-friendly practices.
Coffee festivals have been one of the most common places for networking among coffee enthusiasts around Thailand. Nevertheless, there are various competitions that are being held at the event on a yearly basis. Therefore, you might be the one who will be voting for the next best coffee brand / roaster in Thailand. Check out the upcoming Coffee Festivals in 2022-2023.
For years, I have incorporated small gestures for those I work with, no matter what industry. And I also always make sure that my team both at Coffee Culture and my digital marketing agency in Thailand has a coffee corner. After all, it helps with team bonding, it provides a break to a busy and productive day, and it acts as an ice breaker for any meetings.
Most of the coffee drinkers want to experience barista-quality coffee, but in a way that is easily accessible at home and is time efficient. Which is why capsule coffee machines are so interesting. As these coffee capsules were designed to deliver that meaningful experience in every cup, while keeping the process simple, quick and convenient.
Coffee is the second largest commodity market next to oil, with over 133 million bags of coffee being exported worldwide on a yearly basis. That’s a total of 7 billion kgs of coffee being traded yearly, a 28 billion dollar market. It’s a business every coffee roaster and farmer wishes to enter, but how easy is it to export coffee? How would one go about shipping green coffee beans and roast coffees?