Tag: Crimson Cup Coffee

Welcome to Hug In A Mug Coffee Company in Valdosta, Georgia

November 6, 2022 (Published: September 20, 2018)

We’re excited to welcome Hug In A Mug Coffee Company in Valdosta, Georgia to the group of independent coffee shops, cafés and bakeries Crimson Cup supports in 37 states. The shop at 4165 Bemiss Road, Suite O, is one of at least 18 new independent coffee shops scheduled to open in 2018 that learned how […]

April 21 Webinar: 7 Steps to Opening a Successful Coffee Shop

February 28, 2019 (Published: March 31, 2016)

Thinking about opening a coffee shop? Then you won’t want to miss our Seven Steps to Success webinar on Thursday, April 21 at 2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST. In this webinar, Crimson Cup will reveal the Seven Steps to long-term success as a coffee shop owner. Using these proven steps, Founder and President Greg Ubert has […]

Learn About Coffee, Roasting and Hand-Pour Brewing at the Crimson Cup Innovation Lab

February 25, 2016 (Published: February 18, 2016)

We’re thrilled to open up our new Innovation Lab to coffee aficionados as well as baristas and coffee shop owners. Columbus coffee lovers can learn more about their favorite drink and improve their java skills in our three introductory courses. The series kicks off 9 a.m. Saturday, March 12 with Hand-Poured Coffee Brewing 701. This course explores the […]

Competing for America’s Best Espresso

March 5, 2014 (Published: March 3, 2014)

Later this week, Brandon Bir and Bob Cervas are headed to Coffee Fest New York to represent Crimson Cup in the America’s Best Espresso competition.  We’re one of 28 coffee roasters facing off in a tournament designed to find the country’s best espresso roasts and blends. Brandon and Bob will pull shots of our new […]

Upper Arlington Students Tour Roasting Facility, Learn About Global Coffee Markets

February 28, 2014 (Published: February 27, 2014)

We’re proud to be working with a group of fifth-grade students from Barrington Elementary for an in-depth social studies module that is connecting them with a remote Honduran coffee-growing community. In partnership with teacher Brian Shininger, we’re helping fifth graders learn about different international trade models while connecting with the coffee-growing community of El Socorro […]

Ethiopian Sidamo Kellenso Wins 92 Score from the Coffee Review

February 27, 2014 (Published: February 24, 2014)

We’re proud to report that Kenneth Davids and the Coffee Review recently gave our Ethiopian Sidamo Kellenso a score of 92! Reviewers described the handcrafted coffee as, “A crisply (and skillfully) light-roasted version of the fruit-and-brandy style of southern Ethiopia natural-processed cup.” Their blind assessment was, “Complex and brandy-toned. Minty dark chocolate, papaya-like fruit, hints […]

Limited Batch: Sumatra Wahana Estate

December 17, 2013 (Published: December 17, 2013)

Sumatra Wahana is shade grown in volcanic soils in a Northern region of Sumatra. Wahana Estate sources much of its coffee from small farmer groups in the surrounding area. To nurture their relationship, they have created a Farmer Support Center that helps these farmers by providing information about farm management, shade tree placement, organic farming, […]