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The Business Case for a Home Barista

edited January 1970 in K_Bean_Coffee
Hi all,

I have put together a spreadsheet to show the business case for the Home Barista.

Replacing 4 coffees saves $50k over 10 years !!! :)

Please enjoy it. It’s my latest Blog here: 
www.kbean.com.au/blog/the-business-case-for-an-italian-coffee-machine

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Comments

  • Ah nice one Paul, that's really cool. And it certainly does save heaps hey!
  • Yep. Next step if to find a way to let others plug in their own numbers. If anyone wants a copy of the spreadsheet contact me and I can flick a copy over. Cheers :) Paul www.kbean.com.au
  • Does the graph take into account - other than the Machine and Grinder Beans you purchase to make coffee Electricity Maintenance I agree that a saving is made by a home barista KK
  • on 1533730184:
    Does the graph take into account - other than the Machine and Grinder Beans you purchase to make coffee Electricity Maintenance I agree that a saving is made by a home barista KK
    Hi there KK, Good points there. I have included beans, milk, electricity and maintenance. On my spreadsheet I show the assumptions made. I’m an ex-engineer and scientist so I love working with spreadsheets :) Cheers from Melbourne. Paul Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  • I prefer my own brew coz no-one make coffee as good as me! :rofl: :rofl: :stir :stir Pat
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