Author Archives: Crimsoncup

More College Students Waking Up to Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

This fall, even more students are kick-starting their studies with our handcrafted coffee and espresso drinks! The Columbus College of Art and Design, Ohio State University Mansfield Campus, and Oberlin College are the newest campuses to offer Crimson Cup beverages. At … Read More

Meet Our Cuppers: Bob Cervas, Coffee House Ambassador

So what is a cupper, you ask? At Crimson Cup, it’s someone who is passionate about coffee. Many of our Cuppers have invested long hours – in some cases, years – in learning to objectively assess the quality of coffee. Each of … Read More

FREE WEBINAR – 9.18: Learn the Seven Steps to a Successful Coffee Business

Thinking about opening a coffee shop? Then you won’t want to miss our Seven Steps to Success webinar on Wednesday, September 18 at 3 p.m. In just an hour, Crimson Cup Founder and President Greg Ubert will introduce everything you need … Read More

Brewing a Better Community

Giving back is a core value here at Crimson Cup, so Greg was thrilled to share some ideas and examples for giving back in CoffeeTalk Magazine’s annual “Making a Difference” issue. In “Brewing a Better Community,” Greg writes, “My parents … Read More

Our New Loose-Leaf Tea Sachets

Looking for a better way to brew a cup of tea? Check out our loose-leaf tea sachets, available at independent coffee houses and restaurants serving Crimson Cup beverages. Packaged in an attractive countertop display showcasing eight tea varieties, the sachets … Read More

The Stand-Crafted Approach

Fresh Cup magazine recently interviewed our own Brandon Bir about the handcrafted pour-over stands he’s created for our Crimson Cup Coffee House. Editor Chris Ryan writes, “Once an owner opts to go with a pour-over program, the decision of what … Read More

Coffee Shops Fuel Creativity

It’s no secret that students and artistic types congregate in coffee shops.  Many believe a jolt of java acts as a needed stimulant to enhance study and creative work. Recent research offers insight into why a coffee shop is such … Read More