Tag Archives: tea

Exploring an Organic Tea Estate in Bangladesh

A buying team led by Founder and President Greg Ubert recently visited Kazi & Kazi Tea Estate Ltd. in Bangladesh to explore a sustainable new source of teas. Teas and herbs grown on the plantation hold Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance … Read More

Brandon Earns Specialty Tea Institute Certification

Brandon Bir from Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea earns Specialty Tea Institute certification

We’re proud to announce that Coffee and Training Specialist Brandon Bir has earned Level 1 and Level 2 certification from the Specialty Tea Institute. The STI certification program is designed to increase understanding of tea varieties, brewing methods, and the … 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

Easy Mother’s Day Tea

Mother's Day Tea ideas from Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea

It’s been 100 years since Woodrow Wilson proclaimed Mother’s Day a national celebration. Here are some ideas for hosting a Mother’s Day tea to make Mom feel special. Set the Scene. Mother’s Day is a perfect opportunity to show off … Read More

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