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Would you hire a coffee consultant? My friend and I were having a conversation and he said that his dream job would be a coffee consultant, one that goes around to various restaurants and cafes and shows people how to make proper coffee. While its an optimistic prospect to think that everyone would know how to make a legitimate latte instead of what Starbucks is pawning off as espresso these days, I'm not sure alot of people would be willing and eager to accept his services. So this is where you come in. Would you hire a coffee consultant to teach you how to create and enjoy the finest cup of coffee you ever tasted? Or would you just open your tin of Folgers and get on with your day? I'm curious what you think...

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shyster, charlatan, confidence man, quack,

scammer, coffee consultant, sorcerer, bamboozaler, faker, flim flam man,

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Ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!! No, I would not hire him.
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I think a restaurant that cares about their

coffee, will have gone to the trouble of figuring it out already. Those that haven't, likely wouldn't see the value in being told.

but I could be wrong.

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let's try this from another angle

What your friend really wants to be is a rep, either for an equipment vendor or a coffee supplier. Many restaurants will accept free advice, i.e., advice paid for by someone else.

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BETTER: Become a PERSONAL coffee

I know I would like to have someone come to my home and show the cook and parlor maid how to make a decent latte. The only one in my Household who really KNOWS is the 1st footman, and I can't always find him just when I need a cup of joe.

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I worked for a coffee company and they send

"consultants" to all of the coffee shops and retaurants that buy their coffee. It is very common for coffee companies to do this already. The places that sell the good (expensive and usually local) brands have this already and the places that sell the cheap/bland stuff don't care. It is a very commom practice in the coffee industry.

They also have a full coffee shop where the coffee is roasted that is used to teach people how to make great coffee. So, the restaurants send their people there to be trained as well. Your friend should look into getting a job at a large local coffee roaster. The pay was quite good too, about $80,000 for a very fun job in my opinion.

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Utopia

In a perfect world that would be great. But for any restaurant that cares that much how their coffee tastes there probably using a reputable sourse which offers complimetary training. If you were to offer an outsoursed contract no restauranteur would take the offer, the obviously don't care about the flavor or quality of their coffee or are ignorant to it. But in the restaurant industry thats all we need is an extra expense.

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