Tag Archives: tea

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

Crimson Cup Introduces Matcha Madness Green Tea

Crimson Cup Matcha Green Tea

Now, Crimson Cup customers can enjoy Matcha green tea, the oldest and finest variety of green tea from Japan. The mother of all Japanese green tea, Matcha has been used as a meditational drink by Zen Buddhist monks for more … Read More

22 Ways to Reuse Coffee Grounds and Tea Bags

The Crimson Cup team has tried most of the common uses for used coffee grounds, such as composting them into new soil. But even we were surprised by some of the creative ideas in this article from Mother Nature Network: … Read More

Finish Your Thanksgiving Feast with Awesome Coffee

This year, resolve to serve coffee that’s every bit as good as your perfectly roasted turkey and pampered pumpkin pie. It’s easy. Just follow our Secrets to Brewing Awesome Coffee and choose coffees that complement your menu.  For savory dishes … Read More

Coffee and Green Tea May Lower Diabetes Risk

Green Tea and Coffee

Great news for coffee and tea drinkers! The American Diabetes Association says  people who drink coffee and green tea appear less likely to develop type 2 diabetes. Several studies over the past few years support this conclusion. In 2011, UCLA … Read More

Easy Tea for Two with the Teaze Infuser

At Crimson Cup, we’re all about finding great new ways to enjoy coffee and tea. So we were excited to find the Teaze Infuser, a patented, hassle-free way to brew loose-leaf tea. Stylishly made from medical-grade, BPA-free plastic and a … Read More

Reading the Leaves: The Legendary Origins of Tea

According to Arab folklore, coffee was discovered by dancing goats several hundred years ago. But tea — the world’s most popular beverage aside from water — has a longer and more genteel history. Chinese folklore credits Emperor Shen Nong with … Read More