TravelCenters of America is committed to brewing the freshest, highest-quality cup on the road, and the company has invested in new equipment innovation to deliver that. “All our coffee beans are roasted in the U.S, sourced sustainably from the world's best coffee farms,” says Kevin Kelly, senior vice president, hospitality.

LTOs help drive the program, and this fall will see a return of bourbon pecan coffee, whose success in fall 2019 led to its resurrection. Other flavors being added to the cappuccino program are through a partnership with Hershey’s, Cinnabon, Reese's and Whopper's.

The chain’s World Blends Coffee comes in four everyday blends: Columbian, High Mountain Arabica, Bogota Sunrise and Xtreme, the latter a favorite among professional drivers, with 20% more caffeine.

During the pandemic, Westlake, Ohio-based TA is requesting that customers use disposable cups instead of refilling their own. They still qualify for the refill price.