PT's Coffee Roasting Co.

Brazil Santa Inês Natural

Roasted almond, grilled lemon, brown sugar.

This sweet and juicy natural-process coffee offers aromas of roasted almond, vanilla bean, and grapefruit. In the cup, semi-sweet chocolate and cashew join brown sugar sweetness and balanced grilled lemon acidity. with a hint of cloves in the faintly savory finish.

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Carmo De Minas
Santa Inês
The Pereira Family
Yellow Bourbon
Natural Process

Meet The Pereira Family

Santa Inês Estate has been in the Pereira family for generations, and is currently managed through the family’s firm, The Sertão Group, by sons and son-in-laws of José Isidro Pereira and Nazareth Dias Pereira. Of their 530 hectares, 259 are planted with coffee, producing approximately 3,300 bags annually. The Pereiras are committed to environmental sustainability. Not only do they work to develop and improve infrastructures, they recycle water and use coffee pulp and other organic matter to enrich their coffee plantings. Coffee from Santa Inês set the world's record score in the 2005 Cup of Excellence competition, an astounding 95.85 points!

135 families form the core of the workforce at Fazenda Santa Ines. They live on-site in housing provided free by the Pereira family. These accommodations include amenities such as running water and electricity along with coffee, fruits, and milk. Included in the benefits of living and working on the farm are schools for their children, medical and dental care, and such recreational opportunities as soccer fields, swimming, and karate lessons.

Carmo De Minas, Brazil

Part of the micro region of Serra da Mantiqueira, the fertile, volcanic soil, high altitudes, and predominant sunlight of Carmo De Minas lend a distinctive terroir to coffees grown here—so much so that it was the first coffee region in Brazil to earn the European Union’s Geographical Indication seal designating that qualities and attributes are unique to this region.

“Mantiqueira” roughly translates as “Crying Mountains,” referring to the natural springs and streams of the region. The state of Minas Gerais is rich in history and European influence. Indigenous people make up a sector of the population, and though Portuguese is the prominent language, other residents hail not just from Portugal but from many varied parts of the globe, including Africa, Germany, and Lebanon.

Topeka, KS

PT's Coffee Roasting Co.

Topeka Kansas, 1993: an unlikely place and time for one of the most groundbreaking Direct Trade coffee companies in the world to be founded, but that's just what Fred Polzin and Jeff Taylor did. PT's Coffee Roasting Co.'s slogan is, "Without the love, it's just coffee.", and they certainly live up to it. (In fact, Jeff married a Colombian coffee pro, Maritza, now Director of Quality Control for PT's).

PT's Coffee Roasting Co. has won many awards, including Roast Magazine's 2009 "Roaster of the Year" and a 2012 Good Food Award medal. Building on a history so solid, PT's is pushing into the future of the coffee industry with promise and momentum.

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