Come up with a good system to organize the tea station
Requirements for a good tea station:
- designated, easily accessible space for full thermos
- a way to mark the kind of tea inside a thermos
- designated space for empty thermos
- designated space for tea leaves and mixtures
- designated space for empty tea sieves and preparational pot
- designated space for tea that was already used but can be used again
- a clear and concise sign with instructions
- massive amounts of tea need to find space here
- a more sustainable solution than whiteboard markers would be great!
- it needs to be big enough for all thermos to fit there. maybe mount to the wall?
- sorted by at least 4 kinds (black, green, herb, fruit)
- the orange teapot and the sieves that fit into it
- it needs to show how long the tea was inside and/or how often it was already used
- there's a lot of info... maybe A3?
I'm not sure if we should include coffee here as well, since I had the impression that coffee is only ever really made on demand and doesn't need a designated space, where people can always find it during the day. So I guess there should be a compartment to store the coffee, the french press, the moka pot and such, but that's about it..? What do the coffee drinkers think, @NerdyProjects, @bodhi.neiser, @nicksellen?
Note that this issue is about conceptualization, not implementation! The snack kitchen will move in the not so distant future anyways, so I wouldn't put much energy into building something that would be lost when it happens.
Definition of done: We have a great - maybe visual - plan of how a functional tea station could look like.