Tin Cup Coffee pays homage to the simple enjoyment of sipping on a perfect cup of coffee. Just outside of downtown Nashville sits a bold, brick building that overlooks cascading greenery and Music City’s skyline and it’s the home of Tin Cup Coffee. Tin Cup Coffee began brewing epic roasts as a welcoming treat for the clients of Horton Group, a digital marketing, web design and development firm whose headquarters is located in the historic, brick building in Madison, Tennessee, as well.
“Our brand has been part of the nostalgia that we carry with us every day. It started as a hospitality to clients and employees and evolved into a passion to share coffee with everyone we meet.”
– Tin Cup Coffee
Soon the Tin Cup Coffee brand made a name for itself in the coffee world beyond the guests of Horton Group. Offering a variety of the best beans from around the world, a multitude of freshly brewed loose leaf tea blends, custom cappuccinos, signature lattes, and decadent treats it’s clear why Tin Cup gained so many friends. We had to make room for everyone so we expanded to two fresh locations. Catering to the community around Madison and continuing to serve our Nashville patrons has allowed Tin Cup to continue to grow and innovate delicious coffee treats. We continue to embrace our intimate, custom coffee shop atmosphere while offering an expansive list of coffee, espresso, teas and more.
Stop by one of our coffee shops today and kick back for your perfect roast.
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The image of a tin cup for us dates back to the birth of our nation in the 1700s. The colonists dumped their tea into the harbor and coffee was a symbol of the new patriotism and desire for independence. Patriots met, debated and planned in the coffee houses of the day. Patriots, soldiers, cowboys, and explorers drank their coffee by the fire from a tin cup as our nation grew up through the 1800s. The open exchange of ideas has been fueled by coffee in coffee houses and around campfires for hundreds of years in our great nation.
"A tin cup full to the brim with camaraderie and overflowing with the spirit of charity and serving the common good, that is what our name symbolizes."