Tag Archives: Seven Steps to Success in the Specialty Coffee Industry

Our Newest Coffee Shop: Dawdy Haus Coffee in Springs, Pennsylvania

Dawdy Haus Coffee Springs, Pennsylvania

What better way to celebrate the beginning of summer than with a new coffee house opening? We’re happy to welcome Larry and Kay Byler to the Crimson Cup community! They just opened their Dawdy Haus Coffee at 634 Springs Road … Read More

The Coffee Station at Landis Valley Opens

The Coffee Station at Landis Valley Lancaster Pennsylvania

It’s been a busy spring here at Crimson Cup. We’ve helped several new coffee houses open their doors. We’re excited to welcome Joy and Brian Lee and Joy’s parents Jim and Charlotte Allgyer to the Crimson Cup community. They opened … Read More

How to Calculate Coffee Shop Startup Costs

Greg Ubert, Founder and President, Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

In his recent “Start-up Strategies” column for CoffeeTalk magazine, Greg addressed one of the first questions potential business owners ask: “How much will it cost to open my coffee shop?” He goes on to write, “Because every specialty coffee business … Read More

Greg Shares Startup Strategies in Coffeetalk Magazine

Greg Ubert, Founder and President, Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

Dreaming of opening a coffee shop? Then check out Greg’s recent column, “Seven Strategies for a Successful Coffee-Shop Start-up” in CoffeeTalk magazine. The strategies are based on the steps outlined in Greg’s book, Seven Steps to Success in the Specialty … Read More

So You’ve Opened a Coffee Shop. Now What?

Greg Ubert, Founder and President, Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

If you’ve recently opened a coffee shop, you might be wondering what to do next. With the hustle and bustle of the opening behind you, it’s easy to be lulled into a period of relative inactivity. As Greg observes in … Read More

Here’s to Independence: Why We Believe in Independent Coffee Shops

Independent Alternative to Coffee Shop Franchise

We’re often asked why Crimson Cup doesn’t license a string of coffee franchises. After all, we offer everything a franchise does – and more – but without charging franchise fees or royalties. We’d be more profitable, some say, as a … Read More

Kopi Luwak Coffee and Your Bucket List

Most java junkies probably know that Kopi Luwak is the world’s most expensive coffee, typically selling for $100 per pound and up to $50 per cup in fine restaurants. Consumed primarily in Japan and other Asian markets, Kopi Luwak gained … Read More