Barista Tools For The New Tomorrow

Blendly understands that we and our palates are unique. Blendly marketplace tools allow users to develop great-tasting unique coffee by mixing the commodities that make up your everyday bag of coffee, providing them with the opportunity to share that experience with others.

Blendly.co.uk marketplace tools were developed to better integrate the components of coffee into the lives of coffee lovers, enabling us to create unique coffee flavours and tastes, and provide a platform to allow everyone to develop the skills needed to produce great coffee.

Blendly.co.uk blend repository is part of the blendly.co.uk range of coffee tools that has been developed over years of roasting coffee for customers all over the country. It contains the feedback from baristas and customers that use the Blendly.co.uk marketplace.

The blendly.co.uk blend repository allows an instant understanding of the makeup of coffee flavours that are tested by the many professional baristas and coffee lovers that use the market place every day to get the best from their coffee.

The Blend repository is a published repository of recipes based around the commodities that are used to create coffee blends and have been used, tested and tasted served by baristas and customers all over the country

The Blend repository allows you  to replicate the flavour of global and local brands, and contains the cupping notes that can be used to reference the creation of your own unique brand

With so many coffee brands and so many coffee distributors, the blendly.co.uk  team can help you develop your own blend and create the cupping notes then publish the results.  Every Online account allows you to create and publish your own cupping notes, so that you can evaluate and taste match of many of the worlds global and local brands and compare your own findings with others.

Building your own cupping notes is building your own brand based on your ability to develop your palate from the various flavour components, roasts and serving methods. Understand that local conditions can affect the flavour of your coffee blend. This ability to understand the mix of beans, the local conditions and the way the coffee is served helps extend your skills and understanding to friends, family and colleagues.

Blendly.co.uk marketplace tools can be accessed through a range of account types that allow the full range of the your skills to be managed. As you build your understanding of coffee, you can change your subscription service and take advantage of volumised pricing and delivery options.  Upgrading your subscription service gives you a gateway to blends published by other marketplace users,  helping you build knowledge and skills. The blendly.co.uk marketplace also helps manage your coffee stock, whether for home or business. Predictive Ordering allows you to automatically manage your coffee, keeping it fresh and available when you need it.  Predictive ordering also allows you to manage other peoples coffee supply, whether for home, office, family or friends. Blendly.co.uk marketplace tools are constantly evolving and allow you to input into the ongoing development of the marketplace.

Blendly.co.uk marketplace is built for coffee lovers and at its heart is sustainability and transparency to help us grow.  Our ongoing mission is to develop new tools, create new opportunities and establish new routes to market and share these within the blendly.co.uk coffee marketplace. We will work to create and develop innovation with partners and coffee drinkers and extend our tools across the global supply chain using our revenue sharing system developed around our barista Distributor programme.  This is a key feature of our ongoing strategy to promote sustainable thinking and development within the Blendly.co.uk marketplace and it is our aim to extend this across the larger networks that we work with and manage.

If you like to work with the blendly.co.uk Marketplace then reach out at blendly.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 Reasons Why Your Coffee Shop is Engine of Economic Growth

The “gig economy” is triumphing over everything else. As that trend gathers force and there is no reason why it should not, people who work for themselves are going to become an ever-more powerful economic and political force.

This “sharing” economy, pioneered by the likes of Uber and Airbnb, is opening up vast new opportunities for working for yourself; so is the spread of broadband, and well-funded start-ups – all those “unicorns”, the billion-plus dollar start-ups – love to take on lots of freelancers and don’t object to paying them pretty well

The rise of the “gig economy” will prove to be a powerful social trend, both in the UK and in most of the developed work. It shows no sign of slowing down – and it is going to impact the economy and the political system far more than most people yet realise.

  1.  Coffee shops are about work in another way, too: the rise of the “gig economy” – the proliferation of freelance workers, digital contractors and entrepreneurs who don’t have an office and can’t afford to rent one – has been crucial in shaping their new role.
  2. With a new generation of gourmets emerging in the UK aged 18- 35 years old. These consumers are keen on food and drink with an authentic or distinctive positioning.
  3. People’s Palate are changing none more so than how we enjoy our coffee, With more people purchasing barista style machines for their homes and purchasing more and more international origin coffees.
  4. With the high street moving away from pre-blended Italian style coffee, The industry is in the curiosity for the “science” of coffee making—improving grinding methods, better monitoring of water quality, and the types of beans that make up blends, allowing customers to better identify with taste and content of what they are drinking.
  5. The High Street is transforming and commentators see the high street is transforming from a pure shopping destination to a centre for “leisure and services” as the dramatic rise of the Internet changes the retail landscape.
  6. The role of technology in food service has changed dramatically in the past few years, and no more so than in the UK, where mobile technology has infiltrated many aspects of regular consumer behaviour.