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Showing posts with label Mexican Coffee. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mexican Coffee. Show all posts


Mexican Coffee flavored with cinnamon, chocolate bits, orange, vanilla, and brown sugar ...this
 is a delightful treat any time of the day.

This type of coffee is principally consumed in cold climates and in rural areas in Mexico.
During the early days of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, soldaderas supported soldiers by cooking, cleaning and setting up camp. They prepared café de olla with cinnamon, piloncillo, cloves, coffee and chocolate roasted in a clay pot, to serve as a filling drink that would help boost the soldiers’ energy throughout the day.
Traditionally, Café de olla is prepared in an earthen clay potas this gives a special flavor to the coffee.

Earthen Clay Pot

Piloncillo (Mexican brown sugar) is used in Mexican Coffee as a sweetener in the preparation of the coffee

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