Celebrate Dia de los Muertos with a traditional Mexican coffee recipe!
I vividly remember the first time that I had the good fortune to taste Café de Olla. I was in a small restaurant in Southern California sitting around a rustic table, hearing about the owner’s recent trip to Oaxaca, visiting family and gathering recipes for his kitchen. While discussing his trip, he quickly brewed a batch of Café de Olla for the group. When I had my first sip, I suddenly forgot about the delicious food layering the table and became entranced with the sweet, spicy, aromatic cup of coffee in my hands. If you are looking for a sweet, spiced addition to your morning brew arsenal, look no further!