Our favourite coffee is as unique to us as our fingerprint. Maybe it’s a Café Latte with two sugars, an Espresso with a double shot, or perhaps you enjoy a Mocha instead. While many of us know what we want at the hot drinks machine, though, how many of you know exactly what goes into your chosen variety? As we wind down for the weekend, settle back, and let us teach you all about those key ingredients. We’ll give you a taster: Espresso is apparent in every one!
Our 55-year history has seen substantial change in the vending industry. Mostly for the better. Hot drinks machines can now craft quality beverages that taste as though they have derived from the coffee shop, and fresh food machines have arrived to offer a viable choice come lunch time. Pair this with technological advancements, such as contactless and mobile payment options, and vending is now the pinnacle of quality, simplicity and security. What we want to talk about today, though, is the emphasis suppliers are putting on stylish design… Continue reading “Stylish refreshment solutions that turn heads.”
Since its apparent birth in the 10th century, the coffee bean has quickly gained a responsibility for masses of hot drinks. The Espresso gives you the lift you need, a Latte offers you a chance to relax, and there’s even a Cafe Mocha to now mix the two elements together through coffee and hot chocolate.
In such a diverse range of ‘regular’ coffees, though, there’s also a wide range of speciality coffees that do enough to send many people into a frenzy. But what actually is a speciality coffee, how does it differ to regular one, and ultimately, why should you care?
Lyons have been crafting gorgeous coffee since 1904 right here in the UK, but believe that there’s no such thing as the right time or place in which to enjoy one. The company are striving to become the ‘everyday coffee hero’, suiting everybody’s needs with the finest of coffee blends.