Why not use PPT.
Or simply "Cafe Alto", "Cafe Tenor", etc?
All of this has been considered. Not PPT as that was originally signifying a Pillinger/Pete Thomas collaboration.Or "The Café Alto"
I think that looks superb. Is it proper coffee wood, or the Kentucky stuff? Either way I think it's a nice touch (ho ho ho), and rather more distinctive than the same old Blackwood that pops up every time someone wants to say "Ooooh look, we've used some wooden bits".
Sadly that is the Kentucky coffee, which apparently can make a beverage, but not proper coffee.I think that looks superb. Is it proper coffee wood, or the Kentucky stuff?
... the new logo (the old one with coffee cup and saxophone shaped steam would not work on a saxophone engraving - I tried that. Plus the new one is classier anyway.
People may no doubt shorten it to "Cafe" and that is fine, one reason for not just using the word Cafe as the brand is not to get confused with the mouthpiece company "Mouthpiece Cafe"
Let's hope the flavourful references don't lead to confusion with a trans-Atlantic gourmande brand of ill reputeIs it proper coffee wood, or the Kentucky stuff?
Darkish patina with gold lacquer keys for the barista model. Or maybe Dark gold plate body with light gold keywork. All kinds of custom finishes will also be available.The "Naked Monkey" model ?
What finishes are you considering ?