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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Office Coffee Station Essentials

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I've worked in the same office for almost 10 years. Somehow we didn't get the bright idea to start brewing our own coffee until less than a year ago! We enjoy surprising each other with different coffees and creamers. I can tell how someone's night went based on how big of a pot they brew the morning after ;-) An office coffee station is a great way for everyone to save money on take-out coffee, and a nice space to boost employee camaraderie.

Office Coffee Station Essentials: 


Ground Coffee, Coffee Filters and Coffee Maker: These are fundamental. You can't have coffee without a coffee maker, filters and coffee! Opt for a pot that can accommodate the size of your staff. Be sure to make note of any flavor profiles that your staff members are adverse to. Also have a designated scooping utensil to keep your measurements consistent from day to day.




Sweetener, Spoons and Creamer: I opt to put my sugar and plastic spoons in mason jars. If your mason jar has a canning jar lid add a few drops of glue to keep the lid in one piece. I currently have Dunkin' Donuts® Coffee Creamer Singles stocked. They don't need to be refrigerated and you can enjoy the taste of Dunkin' Donuts® Coffee Creamer anywhere you'd like. They come in three flavors - Hazelnut, Caramel, and Vanilla. I'm currently digging the Vanilla flavor. To create your Dunkin' Donuts® experience right in your home pair the Coffee Creamer Singles with the Dunkin' K-Cups® made especially for the Keurig® K-Cup® brewing system.

Mugs: We choose to use mugs instead of paper cups to save on waste and money. 

Coffee Fund Jar: While some of the staff like going out and purchasing the coffee and creamer, others like to just chip in to the coffee fund. To encourage monetary participation create a pretty jar that stands out as part of your office coffee station. 

Take a clean dry mason jar and spray paint the outside of the jar. Spray paint it upside down to keep paint from dripping inside.




The lid for this particular jar was a regular lid, but if you have a canning jar lid you can use the glue trick mentioned above to seal the lid into one piece. To add some pizzazz to the jar, glue a knob to the lid to make it pop even more. You can spray paint your knob to match your jar.



With all your components together, you have created the ultimate work coffee station. Have your morning coffee fix in style.



I picked my Dunkin' Donuts® Coffee Creamer Singles up at my local Walmart. In need of some extra creamy and extra flavorful coffee creamer? Grab your Dunkin' Donuts® Coffee Creamer Singles today.


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  1. We need to create a coffee station in our classroom for teachers on our floor. This just gave me lots of inspiration!

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    1. Thank you! It really makes things easier for everyone.

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  2. I love that you all agreed to use real mugs! I truly believe the coffee taste better in them anyway!!!

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