PJ's from farm to cup

PJ’s “Farm to Cup”

PJ’s Coffee is committed to bringing our customers the freshest, most delicious cup of coffee we possibly can.

Led by Roastmaster Felton Jones, PJ’s Coffee works with partners from all parts of the world to identify and source the highest quality coffee. From farm to cup, you’ll taste the difference in every cup of PJ’s coffee.

Felton Jones works directly with El Terrerito Farm owner, Al Lopez, to review coffee plants. Each coffee plant takes around 3 — 5 years to grow and produce coffee cherries. Once the cherries grow, they take an additional 9 months to become ripe.

coffee quality

100% specialty Arabica coffee from the Copan Region of Honduras.

Coffee from El Terrerito Farm offers a bright, lightly fruity taste profiles with a very clean finish that doesn’t linger. Picked at ripeness and sun-dried on a cement platform, coffee cherries at El Terrerito Farm are the apexes of coffee quality.

el terrerito farm

PJ’s Coffee is honored to adopt El Terrerito Farm in Honduras.

By adopting El Terrerito Farm in Honduras, PJ’s Coffee is committed to doing business in ways that are good for the planet and each other. Not only are we serving a great cup of Honduran coffee to customers, we’re developing programs to ensure the quality of life of Honduran farmers is improved. We’re proud to call El Terrerito part of our family.


A message from Marcial Rivera, Farm Supervisor

I grew up in a poor family where coffee farming provided a little more money than other crops. I remember that during school vacations Mother and all my brothers & sisters would go to the mountains to pick coffee — we would live the entire season there (no running water, electricity, toilets, etc). Thanks to this coffee picking, Mom had money to buy most of our school supplies for next year and some of us may get some new clothing for Christmas. For me, it was rewarding to feel like I was contributing to the family, it was a sense of responsibility.

Giving Back

Proceeds of every French Roast coffee purchase directly impact El Terrerito Farm in Honduras.

We are committed to giving back to the people of Honduras through community initiatives and supporting local school programs. We’re proud to call El Terrerito part of our family and minimize our environmental footprint.



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