When you use whole bean coffee, you can grind the beans up just before brewing, which releases a fuller-bodied smell and flavor. Choose from regular or decaffeinated beans, or use both to accommodate different guests' preferences. If you grind whole bean restaurant coffee fresh just before brewing it, you also release the natural oils in the bean. These oils provide a richer and more complex flavor for the drinker.
When you're ready to make coffee, simply grind the beans in a coffee grinder and add them to the brewing basket. These bags of coffee come in bulk quantities, so you have plenty on hand to fill customers' orders. Whether you're using this whole bean coffee to make pots of coffee in your restaurant or you're mixing a frozen latte, these products will deliver in flavor.
If you want to make your coffee as fresh as possible, use whole bean coffee. With whole beans, you can grind up fresh coffee as you need it, and it will make your drinks more flavorful and delicious. Customers will enjoy the stronger taste of their black coffee or mixed coffee beverages, too. You can even give them the choice between regular and decaffeinated brews. For more beverage station supplies, see our coffee stirrers and coffee mugs. You can brew your coffee using these commercial coffee makers, too.
Also make sure to check out other great items from Crown Beverages, Caribou Coffee and Ellis Coffee.