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Choosing the Right Coffee

With so many coffees, where does one even begin to find the products that are right for their business and their customers?

Individual coffee drinkers all know what they like and that’s ok. At Dilworth, it's our job to help you serve the best coffee and deliver a great coffee experience.

To start, we have a number of different coffees selected by our team of buyers, an assortment of blends expertly crafted to deliver a consistent product year after year, a variety of flavors that are sure to please any palate, and an assortment of conventional and sustainably produced coffees.

For the coffee shop, choosing the right coffees are key to developing unique coffee experiences for your customers, and the exploration often starts with the attributes, tasting notes and roast levels. Using the robust search feature on our website, you can discover new products and filter by your favorite criteria to find others with similar attributes.

Our Dilworth Dispatch blog also has in-depth articles on many of our coffees, their individual attributes and the stories behind their origin, tips on how to prepare and serve, and insight into our selection and development process.

For most coffee shops, there are two areas that are typically responsible for the largest pound movements: Espresso and Drip Brew.

These tend to be the foundation for your daily sales.

Other key points to consider - brewing, serving, and sales methods.

  • Do you intend to offer a variety of drip or single cup brewing options?
  • Does your customer base desire or demand flavored coffees?
  • What type of espresso-based drinks do you intend to serve?
  • What other aspects of coffee and the supply chain are important?

We offer a variety of coffees that will help you achieve your desired coffee and price objectives.

To learn more about how our coffees can be used in your coffee shop, business, or food service, let’s talk and we can help guide you through.

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