On the Subject of Coffeebucks
These millennials make some weird caffeinated combinations. On the plus side, this company pays its taxes...
- The module consists of a staff noticeboard, a takeout coffee cup, a tip counter and a tablet.
- To disarm the module, you must earn $10’s worth of tips. The faster and more accurately you serve, the greater your tip.
- Press the ‘Next Customer’ button on the tablet to receive a customer and start the tip countdown (from $9.99).
- The customer will tell you their name. Select it from the tablet to write it onto their takeaway cup.
- You may ask the customer to repeat their name once. Doing so will reduce your potential tip by $2. Selecting an incorrect name will reduce your potential tip by $5.
- The colour of the customer’s name will determine their quirk.
- Serving a drink with an incorrect or more than one quirk selected will reduce your potential tip by $2.
- Your minimum tip will always be $0.50, provided you serve a correct drink.
- Once the customer has told you their name, their four preferences will briefly flash sequentially on the tablet.
- The customer will have four preferences: sugar requirements, time of day, stress-level and size.
- There are four potential options for each preference. These are italicised in the flavour text of the menu.
- If you don’t quite catch all of the customer’s preferences, you may press the preference buttons to re-show them.
- However, the customer will not thank you for not paying attention; the first repeated preference press will decrease your potential tip by $0.50. Each subsequent press will double the penalty.
- Serve the customer their preferred drink by pressing its name, remembering to enable their desired quirk if necessary.
- The customer’s preferred drink will be the one which has the most characteristics in common with their preferences.
- There may be more than one preferred drink for any given customer.
- If you serve a correct drink, the remaining tip on the counter will be added to your tip total on the staff noticeboard.
- If you serve an incorrect drink, the customer will leave without tipping and a strike will be incurred.