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Where is your coffee roasted?

When were you established?

While we have many callings, roasting coffee is not our "cup of tea". There are over 2400 coffee bean roasting locations in the U.S. so the chances of you knowing our coffee roasting partners are pretty slim. However, our Purple Slipper Coffee is roasted here in Colorado.

Drip Queen Coffee was established March 2021 and virtually opened our online store June 1st 2021. During the Summer months we set up pop-up locations in Denver, Colorado Springs, and Woodland Park. September 1st 2021 we opened our retail location in the Chapel Hills Mall, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Do you use animal products in your coffee?

Do you have Social Media?

No, Drip Queen Coffee is committed to the health and well-being of our customers. We use various non-dairy creamers when we prepare your coffee.

Yes! Please see below

Facebook - @dripqueencoffee

Instagram - @dripqueencoffee

Twitter - @dripqueencoffee

TikTok - @dripqueencoffee

Pintrest -@dripqueencoffee

Where can I see more of your products?

What type of CBD is used in your "Purple Slipper Coffee"?

Well Congrats you've found the first location!! Our Coffee is also available on Amazon for purchase. A great place to visit is our retail location at the Chapel Hills Mall, Colorado Springs. Lower level next to Dillard's. Lastly we have Social Media Shops on Facebook and Instagram  (@dripqueencoffee)

Our Purple Slipper Coffee is a Columbian Single roasted coffee infused with organic, broad spectrum hemp cannabinoids including natural CBD, CBG and CBN no THC 
NOTE: Daily portions of hemp products do not contain sufficient quantities of THC to register on drug screens. However, if consumed in excessive amounts, it is possible for the compounds to accumulate in the body. Our calculations suggest SEVERAL THOUSAND CUPS of coffee would need to be consumed on a daily basis for a screen to return a positive result. Please DO NOT attempt to drink thousands of cups of coffee.

Will your store carry K-Cups/Pods

No, we believe in the true brewing of coffee and a proven technique that brings out the great undertones of the

While K-Cups do have a portion of their material being recyclable, it is the size of this portion which is the issue. Only about 5 percent of a K-Cup is made up of recyclable plastic. The other 95 percent are composed of a number seven composite plastic, which is unable to be recycled in the vast majority of places.The issues do not stop there. The 5 percent of recyclable plastic is not easily accessible in the standard packaging. The K-Cup is constructed in a way that a filter, grounds, and plastic foil sit on top of recyclable plastic. This means that gaining access to that percentage of recyclable plastic is incredibly hard, since the materials are not very easily get it...its bad

So thats why we sell "Reusable K-cups" ($2.99), Whole Bean, and ground bags