Coffee for a Cure

A Pan Mass Partnership with Port City Coffee Roasters

Local Coffee is Great Coffee!

I am getting a start on my 2016 Pan Mass Challenge fundraising and helping you get some fantastic locally roasted coffee. I have the same three roasts that I had before but have also added in some decaf coffee as well! Although I am not sure why anyone would need decaf at this time of year. You never know when friends or family may stop by so make sure that you have plenty of coffee on hand. And hey, it goes to an amazing cause so that is a win-win!

There is nothing better than locally roasted coffee from Port City Coffee Roasters!

Once again, I am partnering with Port City Coffee Roasters to bring you PMC Coffee! This year there are four delicious choices for coffee and you can get them ground or whole bean:


PMC Medium-$13-This coffee is a delicious blend of Central and South American coffees, but with a hint of dark roast for extra flavor. Coffee Heritage: Central and South America


PMC Dark-$13-This coffee is one of the most popular in the shop! Roasted the longest of all their coffee, it is caramelized and has a strong flavor. Coffee Heritage: Brazil


PMC Fair Trade Organic-$14-This full bodied, Central American coffee is rich with acidity and has a distinct, smoky, complex flavor. Coffee Heritage: Guatemala


PMC Decaf Columbian-$14-This is a full-bodied, flavorful decaf that has subtle richness and perfect balance. Coffee Heritage: Columbia

Here's How to Order

Ordering is easy! Send me an email, leave a note in my mailbox or catch me in the hall. Let me know which coffee you would like and whether you want it whole bean or ground. I'll take payment when I deliver the coffee. Cash is great or you can make the check out to me. Thanks for helping out with this very special cause and helping me get a head start on my 2016 fundraising!
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Marcus Santy's PMC Ride

WHY I RIDE ...


The first weekend in August is my Pan-Mass Challenge weekend to benefit the Jimmy Fund and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. While I pedal 192 miles over two days, I am fueled by the memory of my father. When I was growing up, my dad went through treatment at Dana-Farber for lung cancer. Throughout his treatment, he remained positive and strong. My dad lost his fight to cancer on June 21, 1991. Twenty-two years have passed, and I still think of him every day. I can’t think of a better way to honor my dad’s memory than to ride the PMC. Thank you for your support!