Here at Tassi, we offer office coffee services that will energize your staff and keep productivity at a high. But how do you choose which of our roasters is right for you? Let’s take a closer look at our coffee partners!
Peet’s was founded in 1966 in Berkeley, California. It predates Starbucks and served as a model for their chain coffee enterprise. Like Starbucks, Peet’s is known for its excellent treatment of employees in terms of providing health benefits, and you can feel good about supporting a long-running, employee-centric business when you choose Peet’s.
A coffee company that needs no introduction, Starbucks is a reliable coffee roaster with a name people recognize and trust. Your employees will be thrilled that they can sip Starbucks without leaving the office, because if they were going out to get coffee, that’s probably where they’d go anyway!
A subsidiary of Starbucks, Seattle’s Best has the same great local flavor with less of a price tag. Seattle’s Best is a classic choice for catering and vending—they’re exclusively partnered with the cruise line Royal Caribbean International, Barnes & Nobel, Burger King, and Delta Air Lines.
Treasure Valley Coffee
All our coffee options here at Tassi are from the West Coast, and Treasure Valley represents our Oregon partner. A husband-and-wife team known for their exceptional customer service, if you want coffee that comes from a small company with great quality control, choose Treasure Valley!
This artisanal coffee is locally-roasted and Italian-inspired. Started by Italian-American owner Mauro Cipolla in the 1970s with a wood fire roaster he brought from his native country, Caffé D’arte (which means The Art of Coffee) has brought Italian roasting methods to the Pacific Northwest. Choosing Caffé D’arte would ensure that your office is drinking the best every day.
Call Tassi Vending today about getting one of these roaster options in your office! Each with their own story and advantages, you can’t go wrong.