Boulder Daily Camera Interviews Cusa Tea Founder Jim Lamancusa

June 09, 2018

"Jim Lamancusa has discovered a way to innovate something people have been doing for thousands and thousands of years: drinking tea.

The University of Colorado graduate has developed a process for brewing and packaging a first-of-its-kind product he calls “premium instant tea.”

Lamancusa launched Cusa Tea — single-serve packets of crystallized organic tea — in 2017. In the past year, the product has been picked up by a host of retailers and is available in about 750 stores."

Published on June 9, 2018 by Lucas High, Boulder Daily Camera staff writer

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