The Roastery

Artisan Torréfacteur

Brief

Coffee logo design has Coffee beans on top instantly to catch viewers’ attention. The coffee brand logo tells about the nature of the brand. As the name suggests, the brand is a roast coffee company.

The Client

Thierry Lonfat is a passionate coffee brewer and believes that the taste of coffee beans is felt, not tasted. Having lived in French Polynesia, Tahiti, Thierry has always wanted to feel the coffee taste to make it worth his while.

The seller plans to make an astounding, all in one coffee shop with regards to the brewed coffee bean logo. The coffee artisan has made vows to provide the best coffee at an invaluable price. The habitue will no longer go to the local roasts café. He is proud of the customary coffee house logo that is helping to attract not only the attention but also increasing the taste-buds of coffee lovers.

Thierry lanfot has always played with the taste and mixing of beans that are freshly prepared on-site. Having traveled and gained experiences in coffee making, he now looks forward to making his own coffee shop with online facilities as well as sitting for coffee lovers with a peaceful environment.

To maintain top-notch sitting facilities for its customers, the roastery is currently planning to make use of the talent and space, satisfying the customers’ need for a relaxing spot after a hectic day. The company gives
the espresso drinker a greater complexity of balanced flavors, while still providing good body and crème.

Competitors

The idea initiated when Thierry went to two local coffee shops in his area. One was named ‘café fetia ‘having cheap coffee. The taste was not as good as such, but since it was cheap, many early-morning coffee addicts happened to be present there. It was personally not suggested by Thierry.

Another local coffee shop in his area, kere café, was opened an area ago. The origin of the coffee is not yet known, but the coffee makers pay attention to where the beans are sourced, how farmers grow them, and how they’re roasted. Even though the coffee is the third wave, it still lacks the originality to please Thierry in some way or another.

The Brief

Thierry aims to open a roast coffee shop if the initial idea gets a success rate as hoped by him. But a problem arises when there was no appropriate label for packaging. The client wanted a more attractive ‘Tahiti’ touch logo. This will make his love for coffee at his brought up place more engaging for the buyers. He wanted a more attractive coffee shop logo design for his packaging details. Although the client was not satisfied with the previous logo design that was not up to the mark for competing against his contenders, he was provided with a satisfying coffee logo design that pleased him very much.

The Design Board

Although the client was not satisfied with the previous logo design that was not up to the mark for competing against his contenders, he was provided with a satisfying coffee logo design that pleased him very much. The logo is a model of three coffee beans with an artsy font style. The beans elaborate the purpose of the freshly brewed coffee, making the visitor get an instant idea of the shop selling motive.

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