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We be back October 20


We proudly offer Café de olla


Cafe de olla is part of the Mexican Revolution (1910-1970). Cinnamon, brought to Mexico by the Spaniards, gives a sweet aroma to coffee and a spicy touch which was necessary for the fighting of that time. Given the constant conflict situation, coffee was prepared for many by the “Adelitas”. In large clay pots they mixed the coffee beans, cinnamon, and piloncillo (compressed brown sugar).
 
To make our delicious Café de olla, we use coffee from Café Mam. Café Mam is grown by a fair trade cooperative of native Mayan farmers living in the highland of Chiapas, Mexico. It is 100% organic, fair trade certified, shade-grown, high altitude, arabica coffee.
 
Y luego agregar la foto con optiones del tostado y molido que trabajaste ayer. No sé porqué desapareció, sorry.
 
Maria

Bererages

Panes Caseros
(Homemade Breads)

Cakes, Flan, cookies.