Coffee Frangelico

Coffee Frangelico

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Café Americano

Café Americano

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Sustainability, Coffee, and You: Here & Around the World

Sustainability, Coffee, and You: Here & Around the World

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Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: Spiced Cocoa

Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: Spiced Cocoa

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Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: Spiced

Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: Spiced

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Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: iced

Traditional Café de Olla, Mexico: iced

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Horchata Con Espresso

Horchata Con Espresso

Horchata is a traditional beverage made from rice, almonds, sesame seeds, and chufa. While the uniquely flavored drink originated in Valencia, Spain, it is now common throughout Europe and South America. In Mexico, horchata is often flavored with lime, cinnamon, and sugar, and served over ice; the refreshing treat is offered in restaurants and is sold by street vendors throughout major cities. The deliciously sweet taste of horchata pairs well with coffee – we know that you will love our variation of horchata con espresso!

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Cuban Cortadito

Cuban Cortadito

Traditionally, cortado is a Spanish espresso drink where the ratio of coffee to milk is approximately 1:1. The word cortado comes from the Spanish verb cortar (to cut), in the sense of “dilute”. Today, cortado is a popular drink in Spain, Portugal, and Latin America, and many variations of the original recipe exist.

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Café Helado Sorpresa, South America

Café Helado Sorpresa, South America

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Café Cubano, Cuba

Café Cubano, Cuba

Traditional Café Cubano is an espresso shot that is sweetened with natural brown sugar. The drink originated when Italian espresso machines were first imported to Cuba. While many recipe variations exist today, Café Cubano remains a vibrant aspect of Cuban culture and is enjoyed during breakfast, at mid-afternoon, and for dessert or late-night fare. Experience Café Cubano in the comfort of your own home using Mandela Coffee’s recipe!

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