The Do It Yourselfer
How Much Coffee Experience Do You Have?
Are you a Professional Barista? Let's say you are, if so how many mobile coffee experiences have you created? How many of them have you done? If you are reading this and are not the competition then you probably didnt make it past the first question. Thats okay, because if you are reading this and you are not the competition you need help. The same reasons that you dont work on your own car, or do your own roofing on your house is why you need Hot Shots to help with your event. The event your planning more than likely is not one that you can do over or one where you should learn to play Professional Barista, am I right?
To Duplicate Would Cost Hundreds More!
Let's face it, the Coffee Experience we offer realestically cannot be duplicated. Though lets pretend it could be. If you could purchase or even rent espresso machines, buy the product, and hire some local baristas, do you think you could do it at a better price then what we would offer you? Even if you could do you think that the experience would be just as good with all the things you could throw together? The truth is as you and I already know that you can't to both of those questions. First, It will always cost more to do things for the first time, with little experience, then secondly when you piece meal everything together for the first time on top of that you get the same problem that was mentioned above with the Coffee shop doing your event, a nightmare. Do it right the first time, save your money, let Hot Shots help!
Are You Enjoying Your Event or Working it...
We have all the experience since mobile coffee catering is all we do. Coffee shops on the other hand don't do catering. If they do they are very new at it. It will be hard to find anyone else with 15+ years of experience of coffee catering like us. There is good reason for this though, here's the secret. "Coffee was never meant to be mobile", gourmet espresso machines are heavy, expensive and demand a lot of water and power. Traditionally these machines have been made to be plumed and hard wired into a coffee shop or restaurant. When someone like a coffee shop attempts to cater coffee for an event they have to take a heavy, expensive espresso machine, (typically out of their store front) and adapt it to some type of cart or table and piece meal everything together at your event. Easy way to think of this is if some said take your kitchen and put it in a nearby park, and they want you to make a 4 course meal, oh and you have an hour to set-up. Sounds like a an easy process right?