Better coffee for restaurants and hospitality businesses

December 1, 2015

 

At Bean Smitten we've observed that restuarants and the hospitality sector in general have been slow to adopt the trend towards speciality coffee. A bad coffee can ruin a good meal. We believe that coffee should not be an afterthought, but a course in its own right.

 

Bear in mind, your coffee may be the last thing your customer tastes before paying the bill and considering whether they will leave a gratuity.

 

Our Classic Blend has broad appeal. Serve either as an espresso - bold, chocolatey and just the right amount of acidity, or with  milk - perfect in an 8oz latte or cappuccino.  If your customers prefer coffee in a cafetiere, then it works that way too.

 

'Great coffee is a must for any hospitality venue, so we were delighted to find Bean Smitten roasting great coffee right on our doorstep!' Jhonnie De Oliveira, General Manager, The Bell Inn, Ticehurst.

 

Receive regular, freshly roasted deliveries, hand roasted in our 6kg cast iron roaster. Most of our customers are in Kent or Sussex, but we can ship anywhere in the UK.

 

Let us train your waiting staff - If you're Kent or Sussex based, we'll deliver your first order in person, set it up for you and provide up to 2 hours complimentary training. Further training can be provided upon request.

 

In 2014, we were delighted to be appointed as a distributor for Sanremo UK. The Sanremo Verona TCS and latterly the Verona RS were the machines of choice for the UK's leading barista championship (UKBC) for 5 years (2009-2014). Sanremo espresso machines and grinders represent a harmonious balance of design and cutting edge technology. For further details head over to our Sanremo page or Email us.

 

Draw upon our expertise - We're passionate about roasting and serving great coffee, so ask us anything about your coffee, your machine or technique and we'll be pleased to help. For further details, please call us on the number below, or Email us.

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