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Holiday-Shipping

 

To take advantage of our Free Shipping offer on coffee orders of $25 or more, make sure to order your coffee by 4pm central time on Thursday the 18th via web, email, or phone. Your order will then be produced and shipped on Friday, December 19th. The US Postal Service is stating that First Class / Priority Mail sent by that date will get to it’s destination by Christmas Eve.

For last minute gift shopping, we do provide 2-Day and Overnight shipping at an additional cost.

We will be open for shortened hours on Christmas Eve, but we will not be roasting or shipping coffee on December 24th or 25th. Any coffee ordered after 4pm Monday, December 22nd will not be produced until Friday, December 26th.

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

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

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

Twitter Contest

We are revamping our Signature Blend Lineup. One of the changes we are making is renaming our B-Ville blend to 1861. The blend itself is remaining the same and you will not notice any difference in your brew. Once known as our Coffeehouse Blend, it was renamed in honor of our first cafe and of our… Continue Reading

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