Skip to Content

Trip reports

Twitter Contest

It’s time for a new PT’s photo contest — this week featuring a great cause that is close to our hearts! Our new Sumatran coffee, Lake Tawar, was purchased in collaboration with an excellent charity, Hands of Hope, that contributes to the care and support of foster children and orphans in Indonesia. Post a photo featuring PT’s Coffee Co. (your morning cup of coffee, favorite piece of PT’s merchandise, cozy corner in one of our cafes, etc.) and you will be entered to win a 12oz bag of Lake Tawar and a hand-printed, burlap coffee bag from Hands of Hope.

Official Rules:

  1. Your photo must be submitted via Twitter.
  2. Your tweet must include the following:
    1. @PTsCoffee
    2. #PTsHandsOfHope
    3. URL link to your photo, which must feature our coffee, logo, or merchandise
  3. All photos must be submitted before midnight Central Time on April 24th, 2014.
  4. You may use any appropriate photo hosting website to post your photo (Instagram, TwitPic, Imgur, Flickr, etc.)

1-Sumatra-Lake-Tawar-Product-Banner

Earlier Articles

Jon Visits Aida: Part II

Some more thoughts from El Salvador: Coffee people LOVE coffee. With so many first dates, profound conversations and creative epiphanies had at the mercy of coffee, how can we not? And of course the fullest expression of this romanticism waits at origin. Nothing short of pure magic exists in these places for those of us… Continue Reading

Jon Visits Aida: Part I

A couple of weeks ago I had the distinct privilege and pleasure of going to El Salvador to meet Aida Batlle during my first origin trip with PT’s Coffee.  Senora Batlle is one of our Direct Trade partners, and the producer behind Finca Kilimanjaro which will be re-launched later this year.  The context for my… Continue Reading

Dos Caras

I was working a bar shift at our cafe, PT’s at College Hill, when Jeff and Maritza told me that I would be taking my first farm trip. It was exciting, and I only had six weeks to prepare. As I began my research on Bolivia, I started to realize that this journey was going to be a… Continue Reading

UPDATE: Finca Santa Maria

  Many of you have read Jeff’s post about the terrible tragedy that befell Finca Santa Maria last month in Colombia. You have responded generously and we are so, so grateful. So far, we have raised nearly $2,000 and have already sent an initial payment to Armando to get the recovery started. Due to the… Continue Reading

Latin America Coffee Tragedy

UPDATE: We are no longer receiving direct donations to the Finca Santa Maria fund. Thank you so very much for your support! We far exceeded our initial goal will have an update soon on the total amount received. You can read Armando’s letter of gratitude here. For Maritza and I, it was just another travel… Continue Reading

TRIP REPORT – PART III – EL SALVADOR

TRIP REPORT: EL SALVADOR – JAN 21-28, 2013 Some of my favorite coffees year after year come from the tiny, but very diverse country of El Salvador. The cup quality is outstanding from the farms we work with, but perhaps even more, the relationships we have built as a company over the years with them are perhaps… Continue Reading

TRIP REPORT – PART II – EL SALVADOR

TRIP REPORT: EL SALVADOR – JAN 21-28, 2013 Some of my favorite coffees year after year come from the tiny, but very diverse country of El Salvador. The cup quality is outstanding from the farms we work with, but perhaps even more, the relationships we have built as a company over the years with them are perhaps… Continue Reading

TRIP REPORT – FINCA LAS MERCEDES – EL SALVADOR

TRIP REPORT: EL SALVADOR – JAN 21-28, 2013 Some of my favorite coffees year after year come from the tiny, but very diverse country of El Salvador. The cup quality is outstanding from the farms we work with, but perhaps even more, the relationships we have built as a company over the years with them… Continue Reading

TRIP REPORT – ELIDA ESTATE – BOQUETE, PANAMA

Boquete, Panama – December 10, 2012 I’ve been traveling to Panama for nearly a decade now. It’s one of my favorite trips each year. The producers here are very educated, up to date the latest farming and processing techniques, agronomy and the science of coffee. So I took it as one of my many goals… Continue Reading

RSS