This is a ton of fun in a cup! A real comfort coffee, with genuine Mexican Ceylon (sweet) cinnamon and mocha flavors. The base is the inimitable Rancho Feliz Arabica in Harlequin Roast. Buying this coffee and brewing yourself a batch is just the Right Move for late winter. Indulge!
We were surprised to find out that Mexican cinnamon generally originated from Ceylon. Ceylon cinnamon is the "real" cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum -"true cinnamon"), with tons of health benefits. Most other cinnamons are related, but often have less-than healthy elements in them, as they are simply a different species of tree with different genetic makeup. Ceylon cinnamon is what most of grew up with; it was ubiquitous in Sticky Buns and baked treats we love. We sourced genuine Mexican sticks of Ceylon cinnamon and Mexican chocolate, and created our own flavor extract for this fun coffee. There's just a touch of natural orange and organic vanilla to complete the profile of this satisfying mocha coffee.
8 ounces, please choose drip grind or whole bean.
Wow, very mocha!
Superb chocolate mocha beans; we usually mix 50-50 with TN Creative #4 or for chocolate bliss with Nicaraguan Mochazilla, all as espresso, cappuccino (me) or latte (my wife) each morning.
Posted by David on Sep 12th 2021
Nice "cinnamony" flavor and smooth
Posted by Unknown on Sep 3rd 2021
Michael & chocolate …AMAZING! Often just by itself as espresso or cappuccino. Often mixed with TN Creative #4 and brewed. This is the most “ “chocolates” of the 3 different ones we tried.it’s fab!
Posted by David on Aug 4th 2021
Sweet and strong
Mexican Mocha is a great blend of flavors. With hints of Vanilla and Cinnamon, the finish that this coffee gives is irresistible!
Posted by Unknown on Mar 19th 2021
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