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Where we're on the menu

Posted by Kat Koh on

We're so proud to share where you can order a Copper Cup Turmeric/Golden Latte. New Yorkers: we'll be in 2 new cafes very, very soon ;)

Here are our beloved resellers. They have impeccable taste:

Pacific (West Coast)

Bernie's - SF 3966 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Contraband Coffee Bar - SF 1415 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94109


Bindle Coffee - Fort Collins

1933 Jessup Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525

SloHi Coffee + Bike - Denver

4436 W 29th Ave, Denver, CO 80212



Kutszky Market - Rochester, MN 1001 6th St NW, Rochester, MN 55901


North Atlantic (East Coast)

2 Alices Coffee Lounge
311 Hudson Street
Cornwall on Hudson NY
Bluestone Lane - 3rd Street 805 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10022
Bluestone Lane - 90th Street UES 2 E 90th St
New York, NY 10128
Bluestone Lane - Astor Place 50 Astor Place
NY NY 10003
Bluestone Lane - Avenue of the Americas 1114 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY 10036
Bluestone Lane - Broad Street 30 Broad St
New York, NY 10004
Bluestone Lane - Broadway 770 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
Bluestone Lane - Carmine Street 30 Carmine Street, New York, NY 10014
Bluestone Lane - Greenwich Ave 55 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10014
Bluestone Lane - Locust Street 1701 Locust St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Bluestone Lane - Montauk Hwy 786 Montauk Highway
Montauk NY 11954
Bluestone Lane - Montauk - Surf Lodge Bluestone Lane C/O Surf Lodge
183 Edgemere St, Montauk, NY 11954
Bluestone Lane - Prospect Street DUMBO 55 Prospect St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Bluestone Lane - Water Street Ground Floor
90 Water Street
New York, NY, 10005
Bluestone Lane - Penn Square

Bluestone Lane, Widener Building, 1 S Penn Square
Philadelphia, PA, 19107

South Atlantic (East Coast)

Drift Coffee House 20 E 2nd St, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469


If you can think of a cafe we'd be perfect in, reach out to them via email, Instagram or Facebook with a link to this post! They'll be in good, good company. 

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Our Top 5 Accomplishments of 2016

Posted by Kat Koh on

I'm a big believer in reflecting on accomplishments. Alongside a list of goals and plans for the coming year, I like to spend a good amount of time on "back pats" for the year that just passed. And what a year it was for us! We got going as a company last year and are so proud of how much we've built in a short and action-packed 2016. 

Our top accomplishments in 2016, in no particular order

  • Founding the company!
  • Our re-launch as Copper Cup: our community came out full force for us! Deepest gratitude, guys. 
  • First testimonials on our website 
  • First sales online, and our first cafe Contraband in San Francisco
  • Bluestone Lane contacting us via Instagram and becoming our customer
  • Project Happiness Blog featuring us two times 

Hope you all spend some time absorbing your accomplishments too! Looking forward to a fantastic 2017 with you all. 

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Vegan Copper Cup Lassi Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Posted by Andrea Slinde on

Okay so this recipe seems like a bit of a word salad, but I promise the results will be worth it! Let’s dissect each word, starting with ‘Lassi’. A lassi is a traditional Indian yogurt-based beverage that is typically a creamy, smooth, mango flavor. Think of it like a mango milkshake. Lassi drinks are served cold as a refreshing beverage on a hot day or while eating spicy Indian cuisine. Most lassi’s have savory spices like cardamom or ginger to balance the sweet fruit flavor, so we thought it would be only fitting to add our Copper Cup turmeric latte mix!

We put a vegan spin on this recipe by substituting the traditional dairy yogurt base with organic coconut milk & almond milk. We then threw the blended beverage into a bowl and added texture with some nutrient dense toppers. This recipe tastes how I imagine liquid gold would taste. It tastes incredible. My favorite part is the unsweetened coconut flakes that freeze in the smoothie bowl to add the perfect crunch factor.

Yield: 1-2 servings
Prep time: 10 minutes

Ingredients for Smoothie:
1 banana
1 cup frozen mango
1/2 cup ice
Juice of 1/2 lime
1 piece raw ginger
1 piece raw turmeric
1 tablespoon hemp seeds
1/4 cup almond milk
1/2 cup full fat coconut milk
1 tablespoon Nutiva coconut oil
1 sachet or 1 Tbsp of Copper Cup turmeric latte mix

Optional Toppings:
Chia seeds
Banana slices
Unsweetened coconut flakes
Love Grown Raisin Almond Crunch granola

Put all ingredients for the smoothie into a blender and blend until smooth. Add more almond milk to adjust consistency. Pour contents into 1-2 bowls and add arrange desired toppings.

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Why "Copper Cup"?

Posted by Kat Koh on

In India, many start the day by drinking a cup of cleansed and ionized water that sat overnight in a copper cup. This therapeutic water, called tamra jal, has a host of health benefits including boosting immunity, reducing inflammation in the body, and conducting spiritual energy. It is typically consumed by yogis first thing in the morning as part of daily meditation practice.

We named our company Copper Cup partly as a bow to the Ayurvedic roots of haldi ka doodh (turmeric milk), but more because we love the transformative power of the copper cup. It resonates strongly with us.

What we believe

  1. Offer the right nourishment to the body, and it heals itself. 
  2. Place someone in the right environment, and they will transform to their highest good.
  3. Mother Nature is really smart.

Our friend Roman has called us a "good business trying to spread healthy life choices." That's exactly what we're trying to do, one cup at a time. 

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Why We Changed Our Name

Posted by Kat Koh on

Thanks to y’all’s support, we are seriously rocking it. You can get find us at twenty Bluestone Lane locations in New York & Philadelphia; Contraband Coffee Bar in San Francisco; Bernie’s cafes in San Francisco; Bindle Coffee in Fort Collins, CO, and SloHi in Denver! 

We’ve had so many wins, and seriously: starting a new business is tough. We’ve gotten really comfortable with making mistakes. 

Most of them we don’t need to tell you guys about — we know you just want a great experience ordering, receiving and drinking our delicious product. But this one mistake needs to be shared. It’s a bigger one that affects you as a customer. Honestly, we were embarrassed at first. 

How We Named Ourselves

We named Golden Chai pretty quickly. It felt right, you know? This was essentially our thought process, super boiled-down:

  1. “We ❤ turmeric milk.”
  2. “We want to make it and drink it faster.”
  3. “Let’s come up with an awesome powdered recipe.” (Check!)
  4. “It’s such a beautiful color. Golden…”
  5. “Chai and cha mean “tea” in so many cultures…”

We really loved our name. It rolls off the tongue, and in many ways makes you feel the way it feels when you drink our product: warm, balanced, comforted, centered. But there was one pretty big problem… 

The Conversation We’ve Had Too Many Times 

Cool, smart person: So, what do you do?

Adam/Andrea/Glenn/Kat: I started a turmeric latte mix company called Golden Chai! 

Cool, smart person: Ooh, I love chai!

Adam/Andrea/Glenn/Kat: Yeah, it’s not actually a chai…

Cool, smart person: What? But your name is…

Adam/Andrea/Glenn/Kat: I know, it’s confusing right… sorry. We’re actually a turmeric latte mix… 

The Problem 

We hadn’t considered that to a lot of people, “chai” means Indian chai. Indian chai specifically has: 

  1. Black tea
  2. Cardamom
  3. Cinnamon 
  4. Ginger
  5. Peppercorns
  6. Plenty of sugar to bring out above flavors 

Our recipe, on the other hand, has:

  1. No caffeine (a signature aspect of our product)
  2. No cardamom
  3. No cinnamon (we let you add that)
  4. Yes, ginger.
  5. Yes, black pepper.
  6. Very little sugar (a point of pride)

So you see the problem. We’re not an Indian chai at all. 

We love chai too! It’s delicious. But what we’re trying to deliver is altogether different: a caffeine-free, energizing, low-in-sugar beverage mix.

The New Name

We're now Copper Cup Turmeric Latte! We officially launch the new brand October 4th - 7th. Stay tuned for the story behind our name! 

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