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New Mexico Route 66 road sign Traveling down Route 66 through New Mexico in the 1920's and 1930's, motorists witnessed three cultures... American in the east and west, Sanish in Santa Fe, and Pueblo Indian in the central region and along the Rio Grande.  All three cultures were evident by the architecture found along the roadside, with Pueblo Revival the dominant style.

Route 66 coffee bag Route 66 provided Santa Rosa, New Mexico with 75% of its business.  Each of the 63 gas stations in Santa Rosa competed for every gasoline nickel that entered that town.  

Route 66 crossed the Continental Divide five miles west of Thoreau, New Mexico.  At 7,275 feet, it was the highest point on the entire highway.

Route 66 New Mexico labelThis special blend of Route 66 coffee is labeled with original artwork depicting the scenery along New Mexico. The New Mexico flavor is a tasteful Cafe Mexicana.

This is sure to become a collectors series. Collect all eight states in our Route 66 series. Visit our online store to order.

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