Speaking on Business: Daily Rise Coffee
Daily Rise Coffee relies on their senses to know when the perfect roast profile has been reached.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Specialty coffee shops and roasteries have been on the rise for several years, most with the mission to provide high-quality, organic coffee. Daily Rise Coffee, in Ogden and Layton, is a part of this trend and brings their coffee in from all over the world, including places like Papua New Guinea and Kenya. Owners Jeff and Beth Furton love sharing the unique flavor of beans from different countries around the world. Daily Rise craft roasts their beans and relies on their senses to know when the perfect roast profile has been reached. In addition to hot coffees, they offer great organic Cold Brew coffee made in house, and other hot drinks, including non-caffeinated options like delicious hot chocolate and steamers.
The focus for Jeff and Beth is to deliver what customers want. When they were experimenting with their Cold Brew bean five years ago, they hosted focus groups to sample different coffees. Over a period of two months they brought in 70 plus people to taste and recorded their favorites. The result wasn’t what either owner expected, but because it was based on customer opinion, Daily Rise Coffee produced it, with strong sales.
Daily Rise Coffee is designed for customer convenience with double-sided drive-thrus and walk-up windows at each location so you can grab your while on the go.
Visit online at www.dailyrisecoffee.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.