The foundation of our country was initiated by spirited conversations at coffee house gatherings. That pioneer spirit is one we share and we tip our hat to.
Nashville, TN (PRWEB) August 01, 2014
Tin Cup Coffee, one of the few coffee houses in Nashville that roasts its own coffee on site, is now open for business. The unique coffee shop is gaining traction after an incubation phase as one of Nashville’s best kept secrets. Tin Cup’s storefront is just off 8th and Broadway in downtown Nashville, inside the Horton Group building.
Fueling the energy of the creatives and developers at Horton Group, Tin Cup Coffee offers a welcoming atmosphere for friends and families with its approachable baristas, homestyle décor and eclectic music. Bags of coffee for home brew plus other items like mugs and tee shirts with the new coffee cup logo can be purchased on site. In addition, customers can ‘Like’ Tin Cup Coffee on Facebook at Facebook.com/TinCupNashville for a special coupon.
Tin Cup Coffee now offers custom coffee roasting services for area restaurants as well as batch roasting for fund-raising efforts. Coffee fund-raising campaigns are effective for non-profits such as church groups, parent-teacher organizations and sports teams.
For a cup of just roasted coffee visit Tin Cup Coffee at 136 Rosa L Parks Blvd, just behind Hume Fogg High School. To find out more information about Tin Cup Coffee, call (615) 292-8642.
About Tin Cup Coffee
Tin cups were used by colonial soldiers in Revolutionary America as well as by pioneers exploring the west and soldiers in the American Civil War. “The foundation of our country was initiated by spirited conversations at coffee house gatherings,” says owner Ned Horton, “That pioneer spirit is one we share and we tip our hat to.”