Three Surprises When Starting a Liquid Coffee Program

In today’s work environment, providing coffee is almost as important as a working internet connection. There are a number of ways to deliver coffee to employees, but for situations that call for high volume in short amounts of time, a liquid coffee program makes the most sense. lots-of-coffee-cupsHowever, there may be a few surprises that come up along the way while implementing a liquid coffee setup. Here are three in particular that might sneak up.

Equipment can come with the coffee

Like any good piece of office equipment, a liquid coffee machine could cost a pretty penny up front to get started. If you’re planning on purchasing the machine on its own, that could be a deal-breaker. But because of the different ways liquid coffee can save money throughout the process, it’s fairly easy to make room for equipment pricing and maintenance agreements in your orders at a rate that makes sense for each party involved. In fact, sometimes just accounting for the coffee that’s poured down the drain could be enough to offset the cost of equipment!

Learning a new system

If you’ve never worked with a liquid coffee machine, it might look a bit daunting to restock and get everything ready to go again. But once it’s been done a few times, it becomes incredibly easy to deliver a high volume of consistent, quality coffee. No more worrying about ratios, hours-old pots of burnt coffee, or having to make a new batch every few minutes during coffee breaks. The only trick is to make sure the lines stay cleaned to ensure the best taste, but with a 15-minute process every 500 cups the time savings will be noticeable to say the least.

Dealing with waste (or lack of it)

Arguably the most valuable benefit of liquid coffee, these on-demand coffee systems virtually eliminate waste. Sending coffee grounds down the drain can cause costly plumbing issues, and cleaning or disposing of coffee, filters, and containers can fill up a trash can in a hurry if volume is high. Imagine simply recycling an empty liquid coffee bag every 500 cups instead and having the grounds used as an organic fertilizer! So liquid coffee excels in reducing waste not only in cost, which may be the first appealing note, but also in time and trash. Getting all three of these benefits working together makes for a compelling story, especially when the quality of the coffee is high.

Learn more about the high quality liquid coffees that Aspen has been providing to workplaces and high-traffic coffee spaces across the country. With a taste profile designed to match roast and ground coffee, you may be surprised at how great liquid coffee can be.

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