Now this is a touchy subject for me, as brews are life …
I had a very emotional time a few months ago when I actually dropped my brew cup ! I know you can all feel me on this one …..
This cup was not to small not to big . Just that perfect size where , you had time to enjoy it while it was still that delicious heat .
Too big and it becomes a chore meaning the end bit is lukewarm ewwww
Too small and it finishes just as your starting to enjoy it.
But when you find that perfect size you just find it so hard to replace, two sugars just taste so exquisite in the right size cup..
Too big the taste is dampened trying to spread itself out over the ocean of the cup.
Too small and you have to suck your cheeks and lips together to just be about able handle the sugar overload.
So perfect size is a must …..
As I mentioned above disaster happened a few months ago.. sadly my perfect brew cup was in a traumatic accident and sadly I had to lay it to rest. I searched the internet for grieving counselling and to my surprise no organisation catered to brew cup bereavement.
For anyone looking for a business opportunity … brew cup bereavement 👌🏻 wink wink nudge nudge
After coming to terms with the fact she ( my brew cup ) yes I actually gave it a female gender, isn’t coming back I had to start the interview auditions for my number one main role in my life.
Qualifications a must
- Not to big not to small
- Outgoing nature as cannot be shy when company is around
- Willing to perform at a moment’s notice
Desired but not essential skills
After many interviews I got it down to 3, at this stage i was still not willing to commit to one just yet.
I’m going to be honest with you here, I brought all three because you can’t make a total commitment until you do the tasting test. So I put these cups through intense training, something like sas training but involving brews ! It’s hardcore and only the strong and best survive this last stage.
I found it !!!!
Now let me just make this clear to anyone that feels the need to touch my brew cup ….