Sudden Coffee

Sudden is all about making great coffee easy, fun and accessible. 

Our approach is simple. We buy amazing coffee from farmers and roasters we know and trust. Next, we turn these beans into instant powder using our top secret process. There's nothing we can add - we just try not to screw it up.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2015
Size (employees)
9 (est)
Sudden Coffee was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Sudden Coffee Office Locations

Sudden Coffee has an office in San Francisco

Sudden Coffee Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2015

Total Funding

$3.3 m

Latest funding size

$120 k

Time since last funding

6 months

Investors

Sudden Coffee's latest funding round in March 2017 was reported to be $120 k. In total, Sudden Coffee has raised $3.3 m

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Sudden Coffee Online and Social Media Presence

Sudden Coffee News and Updates

Sudden Coffee aims to stir up instant brewing with third wave tech

 The world of coffee is one often torn between the old and the new, traditional brewing techniques and the latest, coolest method. But if there’s one area pretty much anyone would agree improvements could be made, high tech or otherwise, it’s instant coffee. Sudden Coffee is looking to do just that …

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Founder Collective easily finds $75 million for fund three

 Founder Collective, the seven-year-old, Cambridge, Ma.-based seed-stage venture fund, has closed its third fund with $75 million in capital from a small group of limited partners whose so-called anchor investors are the the firm’s three partners: David Frankel, Micah Rosenbloom and Eric Paley. “Unl…

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