WHO WE ARE:
Pink Elephant Coffee Roasters was founded by two coffee lovers with a passion for fueling their adventures with quality caffeine and taking the time to enjoy a well-crafted cup of coffee. We believe that coffee tastes even better in the great outdoors. We spend our days roasting and rambling here in Park City, Utah.
We believe in sourcing you with fresh, high-quality single-origin coffee from farms in the coffee growing world. By carefully choosing our green coffees from estates, small farms, responsible cooperatives, micro-lots, or from growers who are certified organic or Fair Trade, we not only provide coffee to people in Utah; We provide a sustainable livelihood for growers and their communities. No additives, no flavors, no chemicals: Just great coffee. Our offerings change often as we rotate coffees with availability, seasonality, and supply. We tend to roast on the lighter side for coffees that are striking and unique with bright aromas and nuanced flavors.
Now open in the upper level of 509 Main Street, Park City, Utah. Pink Elephant has partnered with Land Juicery to open a coffee shop and juice bar in the upper level of Prospect, above Billy's Barbershop. It's a collective of sorts, a partnership of like-minded businesses and a bringing together of ideas all in one space. We wanted a space to showcase the coffee that we roast just down the street at our roastery on Iron Horse Drive. At Pink Elephant Coffee Shop, we craft each cup of brew-to-order coffee and cappuccino with care. You'll notice we weigh each shot of espresso and perform each pour over coffee on the scale; it's that attention to detail that makes every cup of coffee so special. Land Juicery, with their commitment to using truly exceptional organic produce and ingredients and crafting each and every juice with precision and care, is the perfect partner. We put that commitment to quality into the sourcing of so many aspects of the shop: Ritual Chocolate is on the shelves and in our mochas and hot chocolate, a rotating lineup of Mamachari Kombucha is on tap, and you can grab exceptional pastries from Auntie Em's Bakery. Come in for a visit and stay awhile.
WHAT'S IN A NAME:
The great author Jack London writes about seeing pink elephants when one has over-imbibed. Referred to as delirium tremens (latin for the "trembling madness"), we feel this way when we've had too much coffee ... or too little.