PT's Coffee - Mexico Red de San Miguel Eloxochitlán Washed - 10 oz.

product

STORYarticle-shape

Delightfully sweet and round-bodied. Aromas of cherry, candied almond, and fudge invite your first sip. We noted flavors of dried cherry, caramel, and pecan. A soft, orange zest-like acidity is balanced by a graham cracker sweetness, all culminating in a finish of chocolate pudding and pineapple.

Imported by our friends at Crop to Cup—read their full Mexico 2023 Harvest Update on their blog!

"In 2017, a small group of young coffee producers in the Nahuatl community came together to improve the lives of their families and community. Instead of traveling to the border to work in agriculture–often being underpaid–they decided to work together to improve the coffee plantations they had recently inherited. Pooling their resources, they were able to renovate the plantations with new plantings of rust-resistant Costa Rica 95.

"In 2020, the group utilized the Rural Development Secretariat's equipment program to acquire mowers, coffee de-pulpers, and drying tunnels. They also trained in coffee processing in the field school. By 2022, their coffees had scored in the Top 30 of the Puebla of Pride coffee competition.

"By 2023, six of their coffees placed in the Top 10, with the highest scoring 90.25 points. In just a few short years, this group's hard work has taken them from being underpaid migrant field workers to esteemed specialty coffee producers."

PT's Coffee

Mexico Red de San Miguel Eloxochitlán Washed

Stars
[WRITE REVIEW]
Roasts and ships Monday thru Thursday.
Limited!
$19.50 / 10 oz.
SELECT GRIND
Whole Bean
arrow

Whole Bean

French Press

Drip Grind

Espresso Grind

Other Sizes

10 oz.
2 lbs.
5 lbs.

or

Characteristics
CHARACTERISTICS
ROAST

Light

BODY

Round

ACIDITY

Soft Orange Zest

NOTES

Caramel, Cherry, Graham Cracker

[CLICK FOR MORE FACTOIDS]

Story

STORYarticle-shape

Delightfully sweet and round-bodied. Aromas of cherry, candied almond, and fudge invite your first sip. We noted flavors of dried cherry, caramel, and pecan. A soft, orange zest-like acidity is balanced by a graham cracker sweetness, all culminating in a finish of chocolate pudding and pineapple.

Imported by our friends at Crop to Cup—read their full Mexico 2023 Harvest Update on their blog!

"In 2017, a small group of young coffee producers in the Nahuatl community came together to improve the lives of their families and community. Instead of traveling to the border to work in agriculture–often being underpaid–they decided to work together to improve the coffee plantations they had recently inherited. Pooling their resources, they were able to renovate the plantations with new plantings of rust-resistant Costa Rica 95.

"In 2020, the group utilized the Rural Development Secretariat's equipment program to acquire mowers, coffee de-pulpers, and drying tunnels. They also trained in coffee processing in the field school. By 2022, their coffees had scored in the Top 30 of the Puebla of Pride coffee competition.

"By 2023, six of their coffees placed in the Top 10, with the highest scoring 90.25 points. In just a few short years, this group's hard work has taken them from being underpaid migrant field workers to esteemed specialty coffee producers."

Roaster Detail
PT's Coffeearticle-shape
Estabilished:
1993
Owners:
Jeff Taylor, Fred Polzin
Awards:
2020 Good Food Award Finalist
2019 +2018 Best Coffee in Every State (Food + Wine)
2013 Good Food Award Winner
2011 Top 17 Roasters in America - Fortune Magazine
2009 Macro Roaster of the Year (Roast Magazine)
MORE COFFEES FROM THIS ROASTER

PT's Coffee Roasting Co. is an award-winning coffee roaster founded in Topeka, Kansas, in 1993.2020 Good Food Award Finalist

Our mission: exceptional coffee, lifelong friendships, and the wisdom to appreciate both.

They were named Roast Magazine's Roaster of the Year in 2009. Nearly 80% of the coffee we produce is acquired through our Direct Trade program. Exceptional freshly roasted coffee beans depend upon great partnerships, and our partners are selected for more than just their harvests—they are socially responsible and environmentally conscious.

Today, we roast dozens of single-origin specialty coffees and signature blends for our retail locations, wholesale clients, and online customers around the world.

PT's is among the leading roasters reviewed by industry resource Coffee Review, with nearly forty 94+ scores and seven appearances on their Top 30 Coffees of the Year. PT's has also received accolades from the Good Food Foundation and publications including Uncrate, Food + Wine, Gear Patrol, The Daily Meal, and more. Exceptional freshly roasted coffee beans depend upon great partnerships, and our partners are selected for more than just their harvests—they are socially responsible and environmentally conscious.

girls
Similar coffees
pinterestproduct
PT's Coffee
Flatlander
$16.00 / 10 oz.

Formerly known as 1861, Flatlander features a bittersweet chocolate aroma with a round body, notes of caramel, and a tangerine sweetness. It has a ple...

Roast :

Medium

Body :

Round, incredibly smooth

Acidity :

Well balanced

Notes :

Bittersweet Chocolate, Tangerine, Roasted Almonds

pinterest
Flatlander
Bittersweet Chocolate, Tangerine, Roasted Almonds
PT's Coffee
Flatlander
(Dir. Trade)
Medium
$16.00 / 10 oz.
pinterestproduct
PT's Coffee
Guatemala Finca Santa Ana Pineapple Process
$20.00 / 10 oz.

An experimental fermentation process involving fresh pineapple yields a round-bodied coffee with aromas of almond brittle and clover blossom. Notes of...

Roast :

Light

Body :

Round

Acidity :

Vibrant

Notes :

Yellow Apple, Milk Chocolate, Marmalade

pinterest
New
Guatemala Finca Santa Ana Pineapple Process
Yellow Apple, Milk Chocolate, Marmalade
PT's Coffee
Guatemala Finca Santa Ana Pineapple Process
(Single Origin,Relationship)
Light
$20.00 / 10 oz.
pinterestproduct
Equator Coffees
50/50 Organic Blend
$19.00 / 12 oz.

Sometimes you want some caffeine in your coffee but not as much as usual, that’s why we came up with 50/50 Blend. This certified organic blend combine...

Roast :

Medium Dark

Body :

Rounded

Acidity :

Medium

Notes :

Dried blueberry, roasted almond, cacao nibs

pinterest
50/50 Organic Blend
Dried blueberry, roasted almond, cacao nibs
Equator Coffees
50/50 Organic Blend
(Organic)
Medium Dark
$19.00 / 12 oz.
peaberry-lounge

COFFEE 101

LEARN MORE FROM PROFESSOR PEABERRY

DISCOVER MOREpeaberry-lounge