Tag: pour-over coffee

Meet Our Cuppers: Bob Cervas, Coffee House Ambassador

September 17, 2013 (Published: September 10, 2013)

So what is a cupper, you ask? At Crimson Cup, it’s someone who is passionate about coffee. Many of our Cuppers have invested long hours – in some cases, years – in learning to objectively assess the quality of coffee. Each of our Cuppers brings a unique palate, set of skills and personality to our mission of […]

The Stand-Crafted Approach

May 10, 2022 (Published: July 30, 2013)

Fresh Cup magazine recently interviewed our own Brandon Bir about the handcrafted pour-over stands he’s created for our Crimson Cup Coffee House. Editor Chris Ryan writes, “Once an owner opts to go with a pour-over program, the decision of what that pour-over should look like is an important one. At Columbus, Ohio-based roaster-retailer Crimson Cup […]

Brew Up Some Love this Valentine’s Day

July 29, 2020 (Published: February 13, 2013)

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 to learn how to prepare the perfect cup for your sweetie?  Just check out our […]

Fresh-Ground Gifts for the Coffee Lovers on Your List

December 26, 2022 (Published: December 14, 2012)

Wondering what to get the java junkie in your life this year? The Crimson Cup team has a few suggestions. Tops on our list this year are pour-over brewing systems, which highlight the brighter notes in coffee and yield a clean, sweet cup. Two to try are the Chemex Coffeemaker and the Hario V60. Cold […]

Coffee Trends: Adding a Brew Bar to Your Coffee Shop

December 13, 2013 (Published: November 13, 2012)

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 The New York Times investigated its origins in “Coffee’s Slow Dance.” Pour-over brewing equipment is […]