Office Myth: All Office Coffee is Terrible


There seems to be a crucial element in every office that keeps employees functioning: coffee. Now, mention typical office coffee and most people imagine Styrofoam cups filled with watered-down or burnt coffee. It doesn't have to be this way. 

Coffee or a hospitality spot in the office is important. It brings the team together and provides a place to catch up with coworkers that is not about work. A "gather around the coffee pot" mentality is a way to unite people, and providing good coffee is a perk, something that the team looks forward to everyday (and saves them money since they don't have to buy it themselves.)

Want more? Here are a couple of posts and products that inspire the spirit of office culture and incorporating good coffee into that.

Stop Wasting Money on Cheap Office Coffee -

Stephen talks about the importance and making office coffee right.

The Aeropress -

a simple and easy way to make good coffee for one or two.

The Hospitality Kit -

a perfect way to invite clients in and make them feel welcome.

 Making your office a place people want to hang out -

Jodi talks about creating a company culture that inspires people to want to be in the office. 

What ideas do you have for integrating good coffee into your company culture?



Greg October 11, 2012

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David October 12, 2012

We’ve been thinking of getting an office coffee delivery service to keep our coffee fresh.

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