Just wondering if anyone has experience with pricing retail whole bean using an x-servings instead of the traditional mass/g quantity? I know the coffeed community talks about what a great value coffee is compared to wine, but what about using this on the retail front lines?
For example, let's say you were selling a particular origin in 300g bag and 50g/L was your brew standard. Assuming either 1 serving is 1 cup/250mL or perhaps more conservatively, your typical 12oz mug size, 325mL, you should be getting 18 servings per 300g bag.
Instead of marking the bag as a 300g bag, could marking the bag as 15, 20, etc, servings help customers better see the value of your coffee, especially when you are marketing your pricier lots, or using a hybrid system?