Breaking news: dark roast coffee affects shape of fingers
Headlines like these sometimes amuse you, but, as a provider of coffee services, they also scare you. Your business serves hundreds of coffee drinkers every day. When they see a news headline about coffee, whether its legitimate fact or media fabrication, they want answers. It’s your job, as a company who provides a coffee service, to give those answers. If you can’t, you look unprofessional, and your customers soon flock to a differentcoffee watering hole.
Customer service is important to you. You want to be able to answer all customer concerns, but cracking coffee myths isn’t exactly your specialty. It requires some high-energy brain cells and expert knowledge. Let our Java Geniuses help you out.
Below are some highly debated caffeine-related news reports, our genius take on them – and the cold, hard proof to back it up.
Coffee Dehydrates You
Coffee, along with most other caffeinated drinks, does not disrupt your body’s natural balance of fluids, despite popular belief.
Caffeine is a diuretic, (it promotes urination) which leads people to believe it aids in dehydration. But don’t forget: half your coffee is water. Black coffee is made up of 95% water. With an h20 concentration that high, coffee is incapable of dehydrating. It actually does the opposite. Don’t believe us?