Texas’ New Spot for a Cuppa


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[S]ibling team Sivin and Tam Duong are bringing craft coffee, tea, pastries, and more to their corner of the Lone Star State.

After two years of research and traveling the world for inspiration, the brother-sister duo is ready to celebrate the soft launch of The Cuppo Coffee & Tea in Jersey Village, a small city just northwest of Houston. Today, July 18, the Duongs will begin opening their doors to customers, who will receive 20% off all products.

The menu features standard espresso-based fare and loose-leaf teas, each sourced locally from Houston-based Greenway Coffee Company and Camellia Tea, as well as food options including quiche, sandwiches, pastries, and avocado toast.

A true family collaboration, the Duongs’ father, a retired architect, helped design and construct the 950-square-foot space, and even crafted the wooden bean-and-leaf logo by hand.

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