Opening a Coffee Shop or Coffee Stand? We Can Supply Coffee To You
Opening a coffee shop can be extremely profitable if you do it right. While there are many items to consider such as location, trendy or relaxed atmosphere, rent, vehicle and foot traffic, bike racks and parking, it is the quality of your coffee that will keep them coming back.
Given the demands of discriminating customers, there is little chance a coffee shop business will attract a regular clientele and thrive unless you can consistently serve the best regular and specialty coffees.
This means you will need to:
- Source the finest fresh-roasted beans.
- Buy a high-quality espresso machine and related equipment such as grinders, water filtration systems, etc.
- Ensure you have a well-trained staff—a knowledgable, skilled barista is essential to the craft of coffee.
- Offer a mix of customer favorites (frappés, chai lattes, etc.) and your own unique creations.
- Provide great customer service.
When opening a coffee shop, you want to supply the best coffee that you can. One of the key decisions you will need to make is whether or not to roast your own beans or buy them from a supplier. While roasting your own coffee beans can save you a significant amount of money in the long run, you probably already know that beans will take up much of your time and will require extra finance capital, including money for a coffee roaster, equipment installation, and the administrative effort to coordinate purchases and deliveries of green beans.
This is where Flavour Online can help.
We can supply you with freshly roasted beans in branded or unbranded bags for your new coffee business, at wholesale prices (generally 25% off existing sale price). In addition, I am happy provide you with samples of my coffee to aid with your decision.
Flavour Online coffee is freshly roasted in Centurion twice a week, and we can arrange delivery or collection if you are within the Gauteng region.
Please contact [email protected] for our wholesale pricelist and to arrange a tasting.