I can not recall a big mistake I made even though there's no big or small mistake, but I made a client a cappucino instead of latte, luckily she liked it since she only knew of a latte, the froath as she said was sweet
Barrista as major stepping stone to success? Check out the latest on Starbucks!
Starbucks is emerging as a leader in thinking about developing its own employees. Heres the latest article that I really enjoyed reading about.
If you don't work for them - maybe check them out. If you do - i'd love to hear the 'real' scoop on the inside. Do you feel they have your best interests in mind? How do you like working for them? I'm sure I'm not the only jobcaser that would like to know... http://www.forbes.com/sites/micahsolomon/2015/10/24/did-starbucks-just-create-the-most-epic-250-million-recruitment-tool-ever/
Barista Jobs Downtown Seattle
I'm really good at making coffee and i know a lot of people say that but when it comes to me I don't just want to make it like the directions say so. I want to make sure that if you order a cup of coffee from me that first sip will have your taste buds dancing.
Working outside in hot weather, making lots of drinks in a short amount of time. Working in a tourist area provided off seasons as well. During that time, the espresso cart was very clean. Moving everything, including cart was a challange.