Choosing A Coffee Grinder For Your Coffee Shop

The quality of an espresso shot is determined by myriad factors. Most people focus on the espresso machine and/or the quality of the coffee being used —both important, of course. However, the quality of the espresso grinder used in preparing a perfect shot of espresso is equally important.

Espresso requires a very fine, consistent coffee grind in order to brew correctly, and thus a specifically designed and engineered professional grinder. Other factors: choosing the correct size and model for speed, efficiency and consistent quality to keep up with your espresso machine during busy hours at your coffee shop or restaurant.

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Choosing An Espresso Machine for Your Coffee Shop

Serving espresso is a great way to increase sales, but there is a lot to consider when choosing an espresso machine that will meet your operation’s specific needs. The type of food service you do is probably the most important factor, followed by your daily customer traffic.

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New Year's Resolutions For Coffee Equipment Maintenance

Your brewing equipment and grinders (and customers!) are counting on you to keep making your best coffee. Equipment maintenance is needed daily and weekly, plus a tune up every six months, to assure they run smoothly and turn out the best possible coffee.

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Quick and Easy Steps for Maintaining Your Espresso Equipment

In order to take advantage of that perfect espresso blend you just bought (or roasted), your espresso equipment—including brewing machine, grinder, and water filter—must be regularly maintained.

 

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Why You Need The Right Water Filtration In Your Restaurant or Cafe

It may seem excessive or snobbish, but it would be a shame to take a premium specialty-roast coffee or a fine tea and brew it in regular old tap water. Coffee and tea are nearly 99 percent water, making good water quality essential to the final product.

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