I had the opportunity have sit down with Zach the other morning and talk to him about drip coffee. I thought I had a couple of questions that he could answer for me and we would get on with the rest of our daily activities. An hour later… we decided that we were going to need to schedule some more meetings to unpack more of the topics that popped up during the course of our discussion. I now have more questions than I had when we first spoke but I also learned a lot in that initial chat. There’s so much going on behind the scenes in those cups of coffee I’ve been drinking and I’m eager to learn more about the backstory. If you want to learn more about coffee, Zach is your guy!
I started out wondering why Bean Coffee Roasters offered only three options of brewed coffee and why Zach chose the three blends. A simple question, right? Not so much. Let me pass on a few of the high points we covered. First, Zach is committed to serving coffee at its very best, with no shortcuts or compromises in the preparation. Bean Coffee Roasters could easily offer 20 different flavors/blends for customers to choose from but none of those choices would be coffee at its best. Zach has carefully selected three specific blends to appeal to the broader spectrum of customer preferences from light to bold. Whatever your preference is for how you like your brewed coffee; Bean Coffee Roasters has an excellent offering to suit your taste. In my next few blogs, I’ll break down each of Bean Coffee Roasters three blends and the differences that distinguish the coffee from different geographical regions.
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