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Support Marriage Equality with the #LoveWins Custom Cup from @printmycups

by papercups - on Jun 30th 2015 - Comments Off on Support Marriage Equality with the #LoveWins Custom Cup from @printmycups

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@ParkerCoffeeCo brings high quality roast to Perrysburg

by papercups - on Jun 16th 2015 - Comments Off on @ParkerCoffeeCo brings high quality roast to Perrysburg

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#NYC #Coffee Lovers Rejoice for @CupsApp Prepaid Coffee Plans

by papercups - on May 21st 2015 - Comments Off on #NYC #Coffee Lovers Rejoice for @CupsApp Prepaid Coffee Plans

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Cold Brew from Iced Coffee Startup @WanderingBearCo

by papercups - on May 21st 2015 - Comments Off on Cold Brew from Iced Coffee Startup @WanderingBearCo

Matt Bachmann and Ben Gordon met over coffee — literally.

The two spotted one another while in class at Columbia Business School. “We were both carrying mason jars, both making cold brew as hobbyists and iced coffee lovers. We realized we both shared this passion and it evolved into a business partnership,” says Gordon about the pair’s happenstance, “meet-cute” introduction.
From the beginning, the duo wanted to do things differently. “If the competitors were in bottles, we wanted to be in a box. If they were selling in grocery stores, we wanted to start by selling to offices,” Bachmann says. “We felt this need as consumers; we approached the business from the perspective of coffee drinkers and enthusiasts, and it’s been encouraging that there is an opportunity to share this style of product in the home and office.”

The coffee, says Bachmann, is “bold and incredibly smooth or incredibly bold and very smooth.” The distinct taste is due to the specifics of the cold brewing process, and in Wandering Bear’s case, results in a smooth, bold, dark chocolate flavor.

Objectively, Gordon says, cold brew is a better kind of iced coffee because of the superior brewing process. In the past few years, New York City has seen quite the surge of cold brew offerings — many others are carrying mason jars filled with their original brews.

“How do ya brew?”

For Wandering Bear, the magic happens on Saturday and Sunday. The coffee is roasted in Brooklyn every week and then delivered to a shared kitchen facility in Queens, where it’s steeped in cold water, transferred into bags so the oxygen can be let out and, finally, packaged by hand for freshness in Wandering Bear’s unique 12-cup boxes.

“We can work with our hands to produce something that people seem to be enjoying,” Gordon says. “So to be able to do that at the end of the work week, to will something into existence — it’s an incredibly gratifying feeling.”

Mashable had the opportunity to visit Wandering Bear’s kitchen and observe as they hand-packaged the product, Bachmann’s favorite part of the process. “There’s just something about working with your hands, it’s like an arts and crafts project. It’s just very tactile; it’s not mindless — it’s gratifying.”

Conversations about coffee

As a new business, the most important thing for Wandering Bear is marketing the product well –- talking to consumers and getting feedback.

“Getting to interact with consumers has influenced so much of what we are doing and how we are communicating about the brand,”

“Getting to interact with consumers has influenced so much of what we are doing and how we are communicating about the brand,” says Bachmann.

Other than continually holding tastings in business offices, the iced coffee brand has created interesting partnerships to get the name out there. Wandering Bear is the coffee vendor at Governors Ball Music Festival, the coffee sponsor for Daybreaker parties, recently held tastings at a variety of SoulCycle locations and can be found at Murray’s Cheese Shop, Barry’s Bootcamp , through web-store Goldbely and Fresh Direct.

Bachmann and Gordon are doing what many young entrepreneurs desire: Pursuing their passion. And thankfully for the cold brew-lovers out there, that passion is mighty tasty.

Order your cold brew here.

Original Article By Lindsay Rothfeld can be found here:

Maddie and Bella to open new coffee shop in downtown Toledo

by papercups - on May 19th 2015 - Comments Off on Maddie and Bella to open new coffee shop in downtown Toledo

It won’t be long before the Warehouse District is fully caffeinated again.

Maddie & Bella Coffee Co., a coffee roaster based in Perrysburg, plans to open its first commercial shop in the spot formerly occupied by Downtown Latte at 44 S. St. Clair St.

“This is kind of the next logical step for us,” said Rich Jambor, 35, who owns the company. “It’s a great spot. It’s great to be part of the downtown revival.”

Mr. Jambor said many of the details of their operations are still unknown — the name hasn’t been finalized, the concept is still in the works, and the hours of operation are still up for debate. If they can stick to an aggressive timeline, Mr. Jambor hopes to have the shop up and running July 4, despite only taking over the space May 1.

Mr. Jambor and his family have been providing roasted beans to stores, restaurants, and coffee shops since the fall of 2012.

The Warehouse District has been without a coffee shop since Downtown Latte, which was open for 11 years, closed April 25. Its owners said they wanted to pursue new opportunities.

“Downtown Latte was great and had a loyal fan base,” Mr. Jambor said. “We’ve got big shoes to fill. They basically started the Warehouse District.”

Currently, Maddie & Bella is roasted by Mr. Jambor’s father, Richard, out of the family home. Soon, though, they expect to move their roasting operation into a larger commercial space to increase production capabilities.

From the start, the company has been a family business. Mr. Jambor’s father started roasting coffee several years ago as a hobby and, as family and friends requested more and more, Mr. Jambor — who described himself as “obsessed with coffee” — let his entrepreneurial spirit take over and formed the business. Mr. Jambor’s mother, Susan, works on packaging, delivering, and selling at farmers markets.

Mr. Jambor still expects to provide wholesale coffee and is in the process of launching an online store where people can order bags of beans and buy a home-delivery subscription service.
Original article featured in The Toledo Blade


Maui Wowi opening Maryland units

by papercups - on Apr 7th 2014 - Comments Off on Maui Wowi opening Maryland units

Maui Wowi Hawaiian has granted an Empire Franchise Agreement to Lisa Giacobbe, who is planning to build the chain’s presence in Maryland, according to a company press release.

“The opportunity to work with a group of people that enjoy every aspect of their company is going to be amazing. The fun, relaxing atmosphere and growth potential made Maui Wowi a perfect choice for us,” Giacobbe said.

Originally interested only in the brick-and- mortar retail model of the business, a trip to the company headquarters for Discovery Day brought Giacobbe and her husband face-to-face with the possibilities associated with the mobile event cart business model.

“We really like the flexibility because you can have the storefront, you can go to events, and you can do catering; so there are a lot of choices with what we can do with our business,” Giacobbe said.

As they begin ramping up, the Giacobbes plans to take full advantage of the different models by using the cart at events around the community. The goal will be to drive traffic and build a customer following for the store as it is being built. Eventually, they hope to expand the brand throughout the state.


It seems Maui Wowi as well has enhanced their brand significantly by rolling out custom printed wholesale clear cups printed with their colorful and ever recognizable logo

Starbucks Secret Menu: The Ultimate Guide

by papercups - on Apr 30th 2013 - Comments Off on Starbucks Secret Menu: The Ultimate Guide

Starbucks customers know the situation all too well: You’re standing in line, reciting the precise order of the five different descriptors that constitute “your drink,” when you hear the person in front of you make a request so foreign sounding it completely throws your concentration. That’s right, they’ve gone and ordered some crazy-sounding drink off the Starbucks secret menu.


Starbucks Secret Menu: The Ultimate Guide


A Zebra Mocha? A Grande Green Eye? A Crunch Berry Frappuccino? Say what? They may sound like a far cry from the standard drip cup or your simple Mocha Frappuccino, but these drinks are not Starbucks folklore. And really, considering that the coffee giant has in years past boasted offering some 87,000 different drink combinations, that such “secret” items exist should not be too surprising.



7 Quirky Coffee Shops

by papercups - on Apr 30th 2013 - Comments Off on 7 Quirky Coffee Shops

It takes a lot to surprise people these days — to stand out from the crowd, and make someone do a double-take. Tell you what though, a coffee shop with a life-size replica of the DoLorean (you know, from the ’80s classic, Back to the Future)? That’ll definitely turn some heads.


Now, I know what you’re probably thinking: A place like that has to be all style and no substance. Right? Not so fast. The spot, an ’80s-themed café called The Wormhole (for obvious reasons), was actually just recently named one of Chicago’s best coffee shops by Imbibe magazine. As it turns out, the eclectic coffee house is known for pouring serious cups featuring Metropolis beans, as well as those from a variety of American specialty roasters.


BaddAss Coffee offers a taste of Hawaii with your daily cup

by papercups - on Apr 24th 2013 - Comments Off on BaddAss Coffee offers a taste of Hawaii with your daily cup

Hello"> BadAss Coffee, we are a small coffee franchise from Kona Hawaii. In 1989 we opened our first store and decided in 1999 to franchise. Where a completely Hawaii-based coffee Company basing all of our coffees on the popular Kona profile a very light mellow lightly acidic profile.

 And that’s what makes us different and sets us apart. Our coffee is really light and mellow. We do a Hawaiian blend all of our coffee is at least 10% Hawaiian which makes us very unique the only coffee grown in the USA… Is grown in Hawaii. This allows us to take advantage of a very niche market. We also sell hats, mugs, T-shirts a lot of tourist type items and local items we do well in the local market, where customers are coming in for a quality local coffee or a tourist market with clients looking for say I hat from Maui or a shirt from Park city Utah. So we have done well in all of those markets. Franchisees which are looking for a very fun and lucrative coffee shop business which is hands on seem to really gravitate towards our franchise coffeeshop business model. Our shops create a very family-friendly business atmosphere. Often times we get to see our regular customers on a day-to-day basis and get to know them. Sometimes clients come in only for a week and we see them every day for breakfast and or coffee. If you’re in Redding California and your coffee lover you may come into our shop every day so we get to be very friendly with our customers it is a very nice personal business with a high growth potential and great franchise opportunity.">Bad Ass Coffee, a Hawaii-based coffee company has been in existence since 1989 and has been franchising since 1999. Bad Ass coffee is known for being a light, mellow and lightly acidic Hawaiian blend. Bad Ass coffee shops serve both the local and tourist markets, and sells their own branded merchandise. If you’re looking for a fun, hands-on business, friendly atmosphere and the opportunity to establish relationships with daily customers, watch this video clip.

Looking for a Career Change: A Frozenyo Franchise might be a COOL Opportunity

by papercups - on Apr 23rd 2013 - Comments Off on Looking for a Career Change: A Frozenyo Franchise might be a COOL Opportunity

As Froyo is all of the craze in recent years, many aspiring entrepreneurs and small business enthusiasts are joining in on the trend through opening their own frozen yogurt franchise or other small business.  We’ve prepared some great info for our followers in regards to one of the East Coasts’s premier destination and wildly popular frozen yogurt shop, Frozenyo.  Director Mike Halpern shares with us through a brief video the benefits and advantages of teaming up with their brand to help bring your local clientele some fresh, healthy, and delicious frozen treats from Frozenyo.  The company also has a great accompaniment to yogurt in its newly launched coffee.php">Zombie Coffee brand.


“Hello my name is Mike Halpern I am the director of franchise development for Frozenyo self-serve frozen yogurt. First, thank you for taking the time to join us to learn a little bit more about our franchise opportunity. I have experience in the industry by granting over 1000 franchises for about 20 different food franchise systems over the past decade. To tell you about why Frozenyo is such a unique franchise opportunity, I’ll talk about frozen yogurt category, talk about our management team, talk about the specific opportunity starting with the category. There’s a big trend towards healthier eating and moving away from the indulgence of ice cream towards the helpful aspect of frozen yogurt. Simultaneously there’s a big shift from full service to self serve where customers like to create something of their own. They have a lot of fun with that, we feel both of those very healthy product with a very great simple operating model. Customers concerns regarding our management team we have account experience with retail food and entrepreneurship. As a matter-of-fact one of our owners grew a company to close to 100 units before they got out of that business and into the regarding opportunity. We offer very low franchisees, very little royalties, and we have products differentiators just frozen yogurt we have zombie coffee which is our own proprietary blend of coffee. We also offer fresh yogurt parfaits which gives customers a reason coming to your stores during breakfast and with the coffee component during colder weather. We also have a very simplistic operating model which requires very few employees so franchise owners can focus on looking for new locations and driving customers to the business versus all of the complex back of the house issues which are typically associated with full service restaurants. This is a great opportunity with Frozenyo based on the different opportunities and options that you have available to. First of all we invested in this franchise, we spend millions of dollars building six of our own company-owned locations before we even can sitter offering franchise. We wanted to prove it to ourselves before we offered franchisees and we have the financials to prove that (will share this with you and our franchise documentation). We have comprehensive world-class training and ongoing operational and marketing support and a local store marketing plan that will truly drive customers to your business and keep them coming back. So who are we looking for? We are looking for people that want to have fun want to make money and either have ambitious something new and fun with their lives and change their career path. For people who are already familiar with the restaurant and franchising business and are looking to diversify into a fun and exciting opportunity to endeavor please contact us. We will give you all the details and fill you in on this great and exciting concept for the Frozenyo self-serve frozen yogurt franchise opportunity you can contact us by phone at 703-279-6522 toll-free at 87 799 franchise or by email at 

Thank you very much and we look forward to hearing from you.”


Ever been to a Frozenyo store?  We here tell they have some awesome custom printed and also eco friendly custom paper yogurt cups similiar to those we produce here at

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