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Award-winning local coffee brand opening second concept this month

Award-winning local coffee brand opening second concept this month

Sav McKee

A coffee shop known for incredible pour-overs and a more elevated coffee drinking experience is opening their second location.

CRIMSON, not to be confused with the coffee shop Crimson Cup (although both owned by Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea), is opening its doors mid to late April at 64 W. Lane Avenue. This boutique coffee experience features farm-to-cup coffee beans with partnerships in Ethiopia, Kenya, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru, and beyond.

The flagship CRIMSON location is located at Easton and in 2021, it was named one of the best 20 New Coffee Shops in the U.S. by Roast Daily Coffee News.

The new location features natural lighting, with skylights and a two-story window, creating a welcoming environment to indulge in specialty coffee all the while getting some work or studying done.


The new coffee shop will feature their award-winning coffees and teas, along with a popular rotating seasonal drink menu that highlights its in-house crafted syrups, plus pour-overs, and speciality espressos. Plus, food items such as breakfast sandwiches and locally sourced baked goods!

Photo of CRIMSON’s Easton location, via Google Photos

“With the rising popularity of our CRIMSON Easton Town Center location, we knew there was a coffee enthusiast population who loved the CRIMSON experience and we wanted to share that with a wider audience,” said Greg Ubert, Founder and CEO of CRIMSON Coffee and Tea, in a press release. “We also have a lot of university students who frequent CRIMSON at Easton Town Center for this unique and elevated coffee drinking experience. When this expansion opportunity presented itself, we had to take it.”

CRIMSON will be open from 7:00am – 7:00pm.  Please check for any updates!

Rendering courtesy of CRIMSON

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