Why does San Francisco’s engineering community gather at Tartine Bakery?
Named “America’s Most Influential Bakery” (Bon Appetit), Tartine rose to fame in the late-2000s for producing incomparable baked goods from their Mission District location with complexity and ‘soul’ not found elsewhere. ‘Tartine Bread lines’ would stretch for blocks, waiting lists to try new items would have over 1,000 names, and the New York Times profiled Tartine Bakery as “a category all its own”.
Tartine Bakery has pushed the boundaries around sustainability and ingredient sourcing — and have their own supply chain of grain and coffee to ensure raw materials are sourced ethically, grown using sustainable practices, and arrive in possession of unusual character and flavor.
In this Teamraderie experience, your team receives a generous box with Tartine Bakery’s most famous baked items — one (1) lemon poppy seed tea cake, ten (10) chocolate chip cookies, and three (3) chocolate brownies. To help savor these baked items, your box will include 12 ounces of ground Ethiopian Burundi African Coffee Manufactory coffee and a YAMA Coffee & Tea Press (240mL), along with a plate, knife, napkin, a mug, sugar, Stevia and stir sticks.
Bring your team a cherished San Francisco tradition — without the one-hour line — and let a top barista show you how to use your French Press while learning the Tartine story of making breads that reflect the place.
Sara is the Head of Education and Events at Square Mile Coffee Roasters in the UK, a multi-award-winning coffee roasting company founded in 2008. With more than 10 years experience in speciality coffee, she runs the London-based Prufrock Training & Consulting, one of the world’s most acclaimed sources for coffee expertise. Sara is an Authorized Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) Trainer and is on the Creators’ Group for the SCA Barista Skills module.
Brodie Vissers is a Canadian content creator, coffee consultant, and entrepreneur. Brodie has traveled the world tasting and making coffee. He spent a stint of time in China, where he studied both coffee and tea. Brodie’s mission is to empower coffee professionals across the supply network, inspire deeper connections with what we consume on a daily basis, and believes that coffee can be an incredible force for good through authentic storytelling and effective business strategies.
Jeremy DiAsio is a 20+ year hospitality professional with a career ranging from chef to barista, server to restaurant manager. Jeremy’s passion lies in bringing people together through the world of food and beverage. Originally owning a spice company, Jeremy made the easy transition to coffee and tea and has developed a unique understanding through spice.
A breakfast kit for this experience that includes:
– One (1) Lemon Zest and Poppy Seed Teacake
– Ten (10) Chocolate Walnut Cookies with Sea Salt
– Three (3) Valrhona Chocolate Brownies
– One (1) 12 oz. Coffee Manufactory Ground Coffee OR A Selection Of Loose-Leaf Teas
– One (1) YAMA Coffee and Tea Press
– One (1) Ceramic Mug
– Sugar, Stevia and stir sticks
– Plate, knife, napkin, and plate
Desmond • August 2021
Chief of Staff at $100M SaaS company
“…the kit is exceptional — full cake, lots of cookies, lots of brownies! could not have been more generous…”
Tracey • August 2021
Executive Administrative Business Partner at Fortune 100 company
“…I arranged this for our executive team; it was an opportunity for them to share their favorite parts of ‘coffee culture’…”
Linnea • August 2021
Account Director at $10B SaaS company
“…I have done this three times; we invite customers and share a relaxed moment with them for 30-45 mins before we go into a business review…”
Angie • August 2021
Executive Assistant at Fortune 100 company
“…Tartine is an important bakery and this is an amazing way to bring it to your team. Bravo!…”