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We’re celebrating Labor Day early with the release of All-American Rusty’s Hawaiian Peaberry! This offering is very limited and will roast and ship on Tuesday, September 2nd.

Since we’re caught between a heat wave and sweater weather, we’ve got deals on both our Kleen Kanteen thermoses and our Cold Front Tumblers. And don’t forget to take advantage of our FREE SHIPPING* on orders over $40 by using the promo code 9to5.

We will not be roasting or shipping on Labor Day, but we will be in the office on Monday during limited hours to receive your phone calls, or feel free to order online or email your order to orders@ptscoffee.com.

All orders placed after 4pm CT on Thursday, August 28th and before 7am CT on Tuesday, September 2nd will be roasted and shipped out on Tuesday, September 2nd.

*Free Ground Shipping available to retail customers in the continental US only. Offer applies to purchase of $40 or more of roasted coffee. Offer good through 11:59pm CDT September 1st.

PT’s reserves the right to charge shipping for any merchandise / non-coffee items.

Earlier Articles

Collaboration

Announcing Our Collaboration Coffee Bars with Christopher Elbow Chocolates! The brainchild of Christopher Elbow Chocolates and PT’s Coffee, this collection of chocolate bars have been meticulously crafted to compliment the flavors of single origin coffee and varietal chocolate, creating a perfectly delicious pairing. Christopher Elbow Chocolates has teamed up with PT’s Coffee Roasting Co. to create a collection of… Continue Reading

#PTsThrowback Twitter Contest Results

We were overwhelmed with all of the beautiful entries we received for our #PTsThrowback Twitter contest and had quite a tough time deciding on the winners today- they were all so great! After much deliberation, here are the winners: 1st Place winner of our 6-month single origin subscription: 2nd Place winner of our upcoming Farmer’s… Continue Reading

Twitter Contest

After 21 years in the specialty coffee business we’ve been through and seen a lot of changes. To commemorate our company’s longevity and how PT’s and the industry as a whole have evolved, we’re proud to announce we are rolling out limited-edition vintage retail bags for a 21-day run from June 9th –June 29th. As… Continue Reading

Trip Report: La Palma y El Tucan

By Forrest Wright, PT’s Retail Manager     La Palma y El Tucan is a new operation working on a large area outside of Bogota. They currently produce their own crops as well as process harvests from a few surrounding farms, making them the hub of a small network. They are experimenting with everything from… Continue Reading

Trip Report: Colombia – Kevin Kerkhof

Editor’s Note: Kevin Kerkhof is the General Manager of Greyhouse Coffee & Supply Co. in West Lafayette, Indiana. When possible, we like to invite our wholesale customers to join us on trips to origin as a way to further connect the relationship between our farmers and our customers. Our Retail Manager Forrest Wright and Director… Continue Reading

Twitter Contest

Who’s ready to kick off summer with some iced coffee? We know summer doesn’t technically start until June 21st, but we’re already getting our sunscreen and tank tops out here at PT’s! To celebrate the return of warm, sunny weather we challenge you to take a photo showcasing your favorite summertime activity with PT’s coffee or gear.… Continue Reading

America’s Best!

For the second year in a row, PT’s at College Hill has been named one of America’s Best Coffee Shops by The Daily Meal. While there are many “Best Of” lists to be had, we are especially proud to place highly here. Curated by some of the best and brightest in our industry, they have… Continue Reading

We Have a Winner!

The winner of our second run of submissions to the PT’s Artist Series is Skye T. Steen! Skye, who lives in Durban, South Africa found out about our contest through Twitter and sent in her winning design with the description, “A hare – elegantly sipping on a cup of coffee. A rabbit is seen as… Continue Reading

Trip Report: Guatemala, Part I

January-February 2014 As always, the weather in Guatemala in January and February was especially invigorating. This year in particular, it provided an extra welcome relief from an exceptionally cold and snowy winter here in the Midwest. The prospect of trading my office for the outdoors is a much appreciated benefit, but make no mistake, our… Continue Reading

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