TechCrunch is reporting that Stumtsown Coffee has raised a Series A round led by Benchmark Capital.
The investment rounds follows a Series C round led in April.
Stumptionsown, based in Austin, Texas, also owns Stumtow Coffee.
The Stumption Coffee Series A comes with an unspecified commitment to “enhance the Stumton experience, including improved pricing and availability, a new, more efficient and efficient coffee process and a more convenient delivery service,” according to the funding document.
The funding round is led by a team of investors led by venture capital firm Benchmark, which earlier this year invested in Stumpta, a coffee chain that sells drip coffee at retail stores and through cafes.
Stummptown recently announced a $50 million round led and led by Andreessen Horowitz.
Stumption is currently offering drip coffee and drip-ready teas at more than 10,000 stores in 30 countries, and is expanding its offerings to other markets in the near future.
The company also has a retail presence, with a few locations in Europe, Canada and the United States.