Tag Archives: chemex

Bringing Hand-Brewed Coffee Home

Crimson Cup Coffee Specialist Brandon Bir

It’s easier than ever to enjoy hand-pour specialty coffee at home with our newly expanded home-brewing equipment selection. You’ll find popular siphon, drip and hand-pour systems from Hario, Chemex and Bodum, along with accessories such as digital scales and filters, in … Read More

Our Search for New Coffees

New Coffees from Crimson Cup

Our new coffees join our lineup after an exhaustive search that includes many months of cupping by Coffee Buyers Brandon Bir and Dave Eldridge. It all begins with a trip to origin or a request to our importers. We search … Read More

Shop Small at Crimson Cup Coffee House on Nov. 30th

This November 30th is Small Business Saturday®, a day to celebrate and support the local small businesses that boost the economy and invigorate neighborhoods in Columbus and across the country. Between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Crimson Cup Coffee House, … Read More

Brew Up Some Love this Valentine’s Day

There’s no more romantic present than something shared – unless, perhaps, it’s a cup of wonderful coffee brought to you in bed. Recent research showing that coffee drinkers live longer makes this popular beverage an even more loving gift. Want … Read More

Awesome Coffee Amps Up Christmas Cheer

Whether you’re hosting a Christmas dinner party or simply need a pick-me-up after assembling children’s toys, awesome coffee can be the star atop the tree of your Christmas celebrations. As the fabled silent night of Christmas Eve passes into dawn, … Read More

Brew Great Coffee with the Chemex Coffeemaker

  Want to make coffee like James Bond? Then try the Chemex® Coffeemaker. In From Russia with Love, Author Ian Fleming revealed that the manual brewer with the hourglass shape was Bond’s preferred method of brewing morning coffee in his … Read More

Coffee Trends: Adding a Brew Bar to Your Coffee Shop

Pour-over coffee brewing methods are becoming increasingly popular among coffee enthusiasts – both home-brewers and coffee-shop baristas.  Also known as “hand pour coffee,” this brewing craze took Japan by storm before migrating to the U.S., where it gained momentum after … Read More