Tokyo Bookstore Breaks the Mold

Bunkitsu is bliss for bibliophiles. The bookstore-museum-café combination is the first of its kind in Tokyo.
by Fresh Cup Staff | January 9, 2019

Mul-tea-disciplinary Talks

Learn about cutting-edge research surrounding tea consumption at the Global Tea Initiative’s 4th Annual Colloquium on January 24 at the UC Davis Conference Center in Davis, California.
by Fresh Cup Staff | January 9, 2019

Ceramic Artist Offers a Different Take on Teatime

Seattle Art Museum's new exhibit, "Taking Tea."
by Barbara Lloyd McMichael | December 26, 2018

Assam’s First Bada Madam

For the first time in its 200-year history, an Assam tea estate is being led by a bada madam, or women boss.
by Fresh Cup Staff | December 12, 2018

Yesfolk Stands Out in Crowded Kombucha Market

In a little over a year, Yesfolk Tonics have gone from backroom brewing in Troy, New York, to being featured in more than 100 locations throughout the state.
by Fresh Cup Staff | November 28, 2018

The Emerald City Gets a Green Café

Seattle will soon be home to the first Nana’s in the continental U.S. Learn more about the company, which some are speculating may be the next Shake Shack.
by Fresh Cup Staff | November 14, 2018

Matcha More to Love

One matcha café in L.A. has opened two new locations in less than six months. Find out why customers are clamoring for matcha soft serve.
by Fresh Cup Staff | November 6, 2018

You Can Trust This Tea to Get You Through Your Shift

A new tea blend from Davidson’s Organics has been specially formulated to fuel professionals in the hospitality industry without the jitters or a crash—just in time for those long holiday shifts.
by Fresh Cup Staff | November 6, 2018

Magical New Tea Room is Charming Customers

Black cats, chocolate frogs, and dragon cookies all call the newly opened Green Dragon Pie House and Tea Room home.
by Fresh Cup Staff | October 24, 2018

MoMaCha, Mo’ Problems

After months of litigation, the Museum of Modern Art won its preliminary injunction against a new café and art gallery in New York’s Lower East Side, formerly known as MoMaCha
by Fresh Cup Staff | October 24, 2018