Coffee Cult visits Tina, We Salute You in Dalston

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No, youd just wake up one day and the cafe would be there, fitted out, run with military precision by a put-upon but passionate manager. The only decision youd have to make, besides which organic bakery to source your sourdough from, is choosing a cafe name. One which says, come on in we are your welcome haven of relaxed sophistication, where the banana bread is always moist, the coffee never burnt and every newspaper from across the globe is available for your perusal. A good name can define a cafe its like a literary clue as to the experience the visitor is about to enjoy. And Tina, We Salute You does just that. It delivers exactly as the name promises.
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Coffee Cult visits Tina, We Salute You in Dalston

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The avocado on toast is served on thick slices of delicious sourdough, with chilliflakes and a tangy squeeze of lime. Fresh, simple, perfect. The Connection Its around the corner from where Coffee Cult lives, and were Australian. Ok, not good enough. Well, the barista is definitely Australian. And an artist recently featured on Tinas walls was Australian.
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Any tips on how to make our office’s complimentary coffee better?

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Gourmet Coffee Systems Inc. Offers Office Coffee Services with Top Notch Customer Service and Competitive Pricing

“At Gourmet Coffee Systems, we take pride in providing the very best in customer service, as well as offering a wide variety of quality gourmet coffee and coffee supplies. said Scott Stephan, owner of the Portland coffee service company Gourmet Coffee Systems in a recent interview. In addition to providing high quality gourmet coffee services to offices, the company also offers other types of products, such as gourmet tea services. The company has gained a reputation within their community not only as having top notch customer service, but also has having the best products with the most competitive pricing. Staff is excited about the amount of success the company has had, and is enthusiastic about moving forward in a company who cares about their customers. Customers are specifically pleased with the quality of products obtained and the polite, efficient customer service the company has provided over the past three decades.
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Why not make your office more like the corner coffee shop?

Poor market linages and management are plaguing agricultural businesses The report , released June 10 13, covers the organizations work during 2012. 3) It appears 3D printing is on the cusp of becoming mainstream. Thats according to TechCrunchs John Biggs, who reports that Amazons 3D printing store front has, along with other brick-and-mortar stores, made the technology accessible to the public at large. It still, he writes, hasnt lost its cool factor, but he doesnt expect that to last long: Ill know its gone mainstream when my Dad asks for one and, the way things are going, that should be some time next week. 4) As Vivek Wadhwa writes for The Post , happiness plays a key role in innovation. But what about cognitive bias, specifically functional fixedness (or that thing that keeps us from seeing couches as pirate ships and blankets as fort building materials like we used to as kids)? As Andy Zynga writes for the Harvard Business Review , as we get older, knowledge and experience increasingly displace imagination and our ability to see an object for anything other than its original purpose. That inability to see things in a way other than we have always seen them in our professional lives can make innovation difficult-to-near-impossible: Companies often struggle to develop breakthrough products because they are hobbled by Functional Fixedness.
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85. I can wait until I get into the office

I can wait until I get into the office we have an office coffee club, 25 cents/cup. And I’m sure the taste is comparable to Starbucks. It’s only coffee for chrissakes. Yet, there are others in my office who are in our coffee club who still stop at Starbucks on their way to the office. To each his own.
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Coffee Makers Worth Buying?

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If the quality of Cuisinarts coffee maker is anything like the quality of my amazing 14-cup Cuisinart food processor, which mixes bread dough as well as it shreds, slices, and purees, then this could be my coffee maker for life. Or not. Reviews of it range from I am happy with this product, to it simply is a piece of junk. Do you have this coffee maker, and how does it work for you? Zojirushi ZUTTO Coffeemaker ($63.99 on Amazon ): I am kind of excited to see that Zojirushi makes coffee makers. Their other products are great, so I trust the quality of their engineering and manufacturing.
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85. I can wait until I get into the office

I can wait until I get into the office we have an office coffee club, 25 cents/cup. And I’m sure the taste is comparable to Starbucks. It’s only coffee for chrissakes. Yet, there are others in my office who are in our coffee club who still stop at Starbucks on their way to the office. To each his own.
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