Thinking Cup is pleased to be the first coffee shop in Downtown Boston to serve "Stumptown Coffee" exclusively. Stumptown, originating in Portland Oregon had been named "Best Coffee in the World" by NPR, The New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine, and USA Today. To ensure exceptional quality and freshness we obtain our beans directly from Stumptown's roasting facility in Brooklyn, New York.
Boston may not be referred to as “Beantown” because of the city’s love of coffee, but given its extensive and ardent relationship with a good cup of joe, perhaps it’s time things changed. Believe it or not, Boston’s relationship with coffee dates all the way back to the 1600s, when Dorothy Jones of Boston was issued the first license to sell coffee according to several sources. In fact, The Boston Tea Party was planned back in 1773 in the Green Dragon—a coffee house. As you can see, Bostonians love their coffee and as a result, most find themselves on a...
Stumptown Coffee has received a lot of buzz over the years in the coffee industry for its unique practices and stellar quality. First brought to Boston by Thinking Cup, located on Tremont St, it is arguably the best coffee in Boston.
While the coffee speaks for itself, getting to know a bit more about this unique coffee roaster can only leave one with a greater appreciation for the beans, growers and roasters behind them.