Tag: Crimson Cup Coffee

The Tired Goat, SWP Decaf Blend

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

Why a goat you may ask?  According to folk-lore, a goat herder took his goats out to pasture one day.  At the end of the day, he would use a flute to call them back to the farm.  He tried the flute several times with little success and decided to find his goats.  When he […]

Introducing: Wayfarer Blend

December 13, 2013 (Published: December 12, 2013)

Meet the Wayfarer Blend. Why Wayfarer? It literally means traveler. We were cupping some current crop coffee samples in our lab when the idea to create this new blend arose. Offering a blend that uses a rotating variety of current crop coffees is perfect to keep our coffee variety fresh and unique.  As we continue […]

Ethiopian Sidamo Kellenso

December 13, 2013 (Published: December 11, 2013)

Sidamo province of southern Ethiopia, where the species coffea originated, comes this beautifully balanced coffee. Coffee from Ethiopia comes in many forms. This is known as dry, natural, or unwashed coffee. This coffee differs from other dry-process Ethiopia coffees, which are often picked at the end of the crop, bagged prematurely before being properly and […]

Barista Camp

October 22, 2013 (Published: October 22, 2013)

Crafted by: Brandon Bir “Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other” – JFK The pursuit to learn more about what we do, and what others are doing, led me to the Barista Guild’s Barista Camp in Palm Springs, California this past week. This yearly event is held for coffee professionals that want to talk […]

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

August 30, 2013 (Published: August 30, 2013)

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 to know to run a successful coffee business. Since 1991, Greg has helped more than […]