As a content writer with proofreading and copy-editing qualifications and heaps of experience, I was approached by a client on LinkedIn to write blogs for a German-based Colombian coffee company.
You will find the bogs I wrote on their website.
Here is a small sample to get your coffee juices flowing:
THE BEST HOTEL DOES NOT MEAN THE BEST COFFEE
The good, the bad and the ugly of hotel coffee
The lobby of a five-star hotel is a sensory place. Lavish décor highlighted by rich lighting; a myriad of accents mingled with ambient music; a lush armchair wraps around me while the aroma of coffee and patisserie tempt my taste buds. A dapper waiter carries the coffee I ordered, and with a grand gesture, he places it on the glass table in front of me. It has been a long day, and, as a coffee lover, I have been looking forward to this indulgence. I assume that because I am in a five-star hotel I am going to receive an excellent coffee. Do you think I got what I was expecting?
Unfortunately, I didn’t. It was a bitter disappointment, pardon the pun. I sighed and looked at the waiter, standing there oblivious to my plight. I thought; the older I get, the more I realize that I have no desire for drama, I just want to go somewhere, anywhere, and everywhere, and find exceptional coffee. Is that too much to ask?
I was always taught not to judge a book by its cover. I do, however, judge a hotel by its coffee.
Many business meetings, interviews and dates take place in a hotel lobby; the go-to drink is usually coffee. How unacceptable is it, therefore, that hotels do not pay more attention to the type of coffee they serve? People are going to start asking, “How can it be so difficult to find good coffee in a place where everything else is of the highest standard?”
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