Twenty years ago, New Mexico Piñon Coffee Company started with the original owner roasting coffee out of the back of his classic red pickup truck. Today, New Mexico Piñon Coffee is the largest coffee roaster in the state of New Mexico, roasting over 800,000 pounds of coffee per year. Our products can be found in just about every grocery store in New Mexico as well as some grocery chains nationwide. As we grow, we are still family-owned and operated, dedicated to excellent customer service.
When we get the chance to try, any coffee I jump at the chance. In this house, we love having our first cup, of coffee first thing in the morning, and we like the taste of this one.
As the name implies, our coffee is made with a unique mixing of piñon (picked here in the southwest), a multi-bean blend of the finest high-altitude Arabica coffee, and our custom flavoring. Our coffees are hand-roasted in small batches under the watchful supervision of our master roasters to assure quality, flavor, and aroma. The result? A rich, medium/dark coffee with a smooth nutty flavor.
Aside from our original piñon coffee, we offer over 50 flavors including our own locally inspired and unique flavors of Biscochito and Mexican Spiced Chocolate as well as a specialty line of New Mexico Favorites. These favorites evoke the “Land of Enchantment” with a variety of roasts and subtle flavors.
Their gourmet gift sets include a great variety any coffee lover is sure to swoon over, including the Coffee Lover’s Gift Box, Breakfast for Two Box, Coffee Cocoa and Tea Box, and more! A truly perfect gift idea for any coffee addict!
Our signature blend of 100% Arabica Bean coffee, slowly brought to a medium roast with notes of nuttiness brought through by our locally received piñon tree nutsOur signature blend of 100% Arabica Bean coffee, slowly brought to a medium roast with notes of nuttiness brought through by our locally received piñon tree nuts..
The Pinon Story…
If green chile is dear to the hearts and stomachs of all New Mexicans, the Pinon is dear to their souls. This beautiful tree is a thread in the social fabric of all who have shared the high desert area. Two hundred and fifty years before the American colonies won their independence, the Spanish adventurer, healer, and lost wanderer, Cabeza de Vaca, named the Pinon and wrote the first words recorded of our cherished state tree. “There are in that country, small pine trees and the cones are like small eggs, but the seeds are better than those of Castille.”