Crimson Cup Welcomes The Coffee Potter in Long Valley, New Jersey

We’re excited to welcome Owners Geralyn and David Hickey and their team to the Crimson Cup family. Training entrepreneurs to run their own independent coffee houses is a big part of our mission as a coffee roaster and coffee franchise alternative.

Columbus, Ohio Coffee Roaster Crimson Cup Coffee & Tea recently welcomed The Coffee Potter to the group of independent coffee shops, cafés and bakeries it supports in 29 states. The shop at 24 Schooleys Mountain Rd, Long Valley, New Jersey held its grand opening in May.

“We’re excited to welcome Owners Geralyn and David Hickey and their team to the Crimson Cup family,” said Greg Ubert, founder and president. “Training entrepreneurs to run their own independent coffee houses is a big part of our mission as a coffee roaster and coffee franchise alternative.”

The Coffee Potter’s Mission is to, “Unite the Community and Connect its People,” David Hickey said. “Our town deserves good coffee, and our hope is that this shop will be a place for community and relationships.”

The Coffee Potter serves a full menu of hot, iced and frozen espresso drinks – including mochas, lattes and cappuccinos – as well as iced coffee and tea, cold-brewed coffee, hot chocolate, fruit smoothies and other custom drinks. The shop also features a brew bar for pour-over coffees and a tap system for Crimson Cup’s Nitro cold brew. To complement drinks, the menu includes breakfast and lunch fare ranging from cookies, muffins and pastries to sandwich wraps and ricotta pies.

The 1,200-square-foot coffeehouse has space for about 25 customers to gather. It offers free Wi-Fi to keep mobile workers, students and business leaders connected while they enjoy their coffee. For coffee…

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