1. Coffee Trends: The Right Water
Baristas have long known, and now the average coffee drinker is getting hip to the fact that your coffee is only as good as the water in which you brew it. Dashwood and Hendon’s book, Water for Coffee "explores the chemistry of water and the effect it has on coffee.“ It instructs the coffee purist on how water affects the taste of coffee, so you can better control the taste of your brew. Redcup can bring the freshest, cleanest water to your office so you always get the perfect flavor profile for your coffee and tea.
While coffee and office coffee services have been around for quite a while, the way coffee is brewed, created, and marketed continues to change over time. Whereas traditional drip coffee was brewed at home, current consumer taste preferences have shifted the coffee market to create new coffee products, like cold and nitro brews, espresso drinks, and canned and bottled beverages. Here are the top three coffee trends of 2017.