MEXICO is one of the top 10 coffee producers in the world. Coffee was first introduced to Mexico from Ethiopia in the 18th century, around the same time it was being introduced to Europe via Italy. Despite its long top-quality history, Mexican coffee has not gained enough attention in Asia Pacific.
There are people who describe Mexican coffee as one that is analogous to a good, light white wine, delicate in body with a pleasantly dry, acidy snap.
Organic Mexico Coffee (Arabica)
Small town flavour that has been loved by people for more than 140 years.
We import fresh, medium roast Arabica coffee beans from the Mexican town of Uruapan, Michoacán to Singapore, and ground it fresh here for different brewing methods – drip bag, French press, dripper machine, etc. Only after an order is placed, we would ground the coffee beans and use paper packaging with valves to better preserve the coffee's freshness.
The coffee comes in very nice packaging with label of Mexican design with resemblance to the Aztec Sun that brings together symbolic elements of the positive values – life and flourishing. We hope we do not only bring to you coffee with good taste and good quality, but also bring to you good energy.
"Enjoy a different lifestyle in a cup"
Have you ever heard of "Café de olla" - Traditional Mexican Pot Coffee?
Café de olla is a traditional Mexican coffee beverage, essentially brewed by using a traditional earthen clay pot that gives a special flavor to the coffee. The coffee is basically made with ground coffee, cinnamon, and piloncillo (unrefined cane sugar/light brown sugar). Optional ingredients are orange peel, anise, and clove.
Cinnamon is one the most commonly used spices in Mexico and only Ceylon cinnamon or true cinnamon is used. Cinnamon in the Café the olla gives the coffee a hot and aromatic touch, despite all the healthy benefits that the cinnamon can possibly give.
Coffee with a hint of cinnamon, is the aromatic smell that you can easily get when you walk on the streets of small Mexican towns in the morning. This coffee accompanied with freshly baked sweet bread is one of the simplest breakfast that Mexicans enjoy the most.
Here we bring you the fine quality Mágico Café coffee (Arabica) which is the best representation of the Café de olla!
Mágico Café is a family owned coffee producer from the Mexican town of Ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco, who knows how a good coffee taste. They have been running the coffee business for more than three generations. They have their own coffee plantation, and handle the whole journey of coffee from the field to the cup with care.
There are three options:
1) Ground coffee with cinnamon: Best representation of the Café de olla!
2) Ground coffee with Cinnamon and Cacao: Best combination of rich and chocolaty coffee!
3) Pure ground coffee: Specially for people who are less favour of cinnamon and also specially good for non-regular coffee drinkers. All you get is the fresh aroma that sooth your body and mind.
** Sweeten your coffee with bee-honey or piloncillo after brewing if you’d like to try drinking coffee the Mexican way.
Mágico Café - Third generation coffee producers & roasters!
(video in spanish language - you can try using captions with 'auto-translate' to english)
Check out this great video about Health Benefits of Ceylon Cinnamon