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Slow Forest tailor coffee machine solutions for businesses, understanding their needs and crafting perfect setups that enhance both the coffee experience and work environment. We specialise in a diverse range of machines from multiple suppliers, ensuring options to suit all budgets and preferences.

The machine brand and configuration are important, especially if you have a preference. But, the decision-making process is just as important.

Before you start brewing, here are some of the considerations we will discuss when designing the perfect solution for your business

1. Employee number, usage patterns and accessibility

When choosing a coffee machine for your office, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, think about how many people will be using it each day. You will also want to consider their coffee preferences and how accessible the machine will be. In a large office, it is important to place the machine within a reasonable walking distance so that people don't have to go too far to get their coffee. This will help to minimise disruption to work routines.

2. Space and location

Think about how much space you have for the coffee machine. Smaller office might prefer a compact machine that can fit in a communal area, while larger offices can have a larger machine in a break room or dedicated coffee station.

3. Total cost of ownership

Don't just look at the price tag. Think about all the cost involved, such as maintenance, service contracts and cleaning supplies. A reliable machine that requires less maintenance can save you money in the long run and keep your coffee flowing smoothly.

4. Ease of use and maintenance

Look for a coffee machine that is easy to use and maintain. A machine that is simple to clean will last longer and save you money in the long run.

5. Customization and specialty options

Some workplaces may appreciate having the option to make specialty coffee drinks. When choosing a coffee machine, look for one that has customisation features, but also consider how easy it is to maintain and operate.

6. Bean vs. ground coffee

Whole beans are fresher and have more flavor, but they require a grinder. Pre-ground coffee is more convenient, but it does not taste as good.

7. Working patterns and environment

In an office setting, a machine that priorities ease of use and customisation may be suitable. But, in a production facility, where coffee is needed for shift workers in a demanding environment, durability, high capacity and speed are essential to ensure uninterrupted service.

Choosing a coffee machine for your business does not have to be complicated. By considering your budget, needs and preferences, you can find the perfect one for your business. Don't waste time browsing through endless options online. Contact us and let us help you find the right machine for your business.

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