Yup, we know it sounds like an oxymoron, but it’s a thing, “White Espresso.” Ok, so the color is more like a Tan, but let’s not split hairs here. It’s a lot lighter in color than traditional roasted espresso which is usually a dark brown. White espresso is virtually “under roasted” coffee. Continue reading “White Espresso”
Now that Cupla Coffee is open for business in downtown Salt Lake City, we thought it would be nice to formally, yet informally (more our style), re-introduce ourselves. Continue reading “Re-Introduction to Abby & Beth at Cupla Coffee”
We are on the verge of a big year for Cupla Coffee. 2018 will be the year we open our first coffee shop in Salt Lake City! As we prepare for this exciting year, we thought it would be fun to look into our crystal ball at what coffee trends are expected for 2018. Over the years we have seen coffee and the industry change in a number of ways and we pride ourselves on staying abreast of changing trends while keeping traditions alive. Here are a few coffee house trends we can expect to see in 2018. Continue reading “Coffee Shop Trends for 2018”
Abby and Beth are Californian by birth, but are Utahn by choice. For Abby and Beth when they first came to Utah 13 years ago, it was love at first sight. They came to Utah for school but stayed because their hearts found a home among the Wasatch Mountains. A and B also have a love for coffee and treats but refuse to compromise their passion for health and longevity. Seeing that there wasn’t a place to find a healthy quick bite they decided to create their ideal hangout coffee spot themselves, providing just what they themselves were looking for; a gourmet cup of coffee accompanied by a nutritiously delicious snack.
Here at Cupla Coffee we take our coffee seriously. One question we often receive is what types of coffee is going to get me the most (or in some cases the least!) caffeine? Of course, there are plenty of reasons to drink coffee besides caffeine; the smell, taste, it goes great with fresh baked pastries, but it’s always good to be aware of where on the caffeine spectrum your cup of coffee falls. Who knows, after reading this you might be inclined to change your regular order.