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It's rare nowadays to see an office without a commercial coffee machine. We all know the power that coffee holds in the office and there’s nothing quite like that first sip of coffee to put a spring in your morning step. There are several reasons why it’s important for offices to offer not just coffee, but good quality coffee. Keeping employees happy with coffee in the office can go a long way to improving their productivity, mood, and overall attitude.

Added: 01st October 2018


Without coffee, how many of us would witness a decline in our productivity at the office? Or how many of us would witness a noticeable drop in our overall happiness? It’s amazing to think that such a small beverage can hold such great power over the modern worker.

As we already know, coffee does increase our overall productivity but most importantly it can also contribute to our overall happiness in the office. On average, Brits spend about 42 hours a week at work, wouldn’t you rather spend those hours being happy?

Here’s how coffee can increase your overall happiness:


Coffee breaks


Coffee breaks have been recognized to have multiple health benefits. They are a way for us to unwind in the office and speak to our colleagues about work stresses.

Not only do these short breaks promote collaboration, productivity, as well as creativity but it also allows you to bond with your colleagues. You might even make a new friend in the office!

Why don’t you try something new next time you go on your coffee break instead of grabbing for that boring pot of black coffee? Try making an easy Spice Pumpkin Latte for you and your colleague using one of our Monin coffee syrups.




Quality coffee


A study found that one of the leading factors that contribute to an individual’s happiness at work was a decent cup of coffee. The main component in a good cup of coffee, is not surprisingly the quality of the beans.

There are only two types of coffee plants, the Arabica and Robusta. The Arabica beans are usually associated with gourmet coffee and they require great care during cultivation. Robusta, on the other hand, contain double the amount of caffeine since the beans are larger, which results in a completely different tasting cup. We usually like to opt for Arabica beans since they carry more variety of flavours.

We couldn’t think of something more delicious than a warm cup of good quality coffee with one of our autumn flavoured coffee syrups.