Our Lady of Guadalupe Mexican Mocha

Medium Roast

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TasteSmooth milk chocolate with cinnamon and clove spices.
GrindWhole Bean or Ground'
RegionSingle Origin Mexican

In 1531, Our Lady appeared four times to Juan Diego, a humble Mexican peasant, proclaiming herself the Mother of God as well and the Mother of us all. As proof of her appearance, she left her image on his cloak, where it remains visible to this day. 

In honor of Mary, Our Mother, we’ve created Mexican Mocha, a roast reminiscent of traditional Mexican hot chocolate, a flavor as warm and comforting as a mother’s embrace.

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Product Details

  • 12oz bag of Our Lady of Guadalupe Mexican Mocha
  • Unique, captivating flavor from regional select Mexican beans
  • Flavored medium roast coffee, roasted in-house
  • Single Origin Mexican beans
  • Catholic Coffee Exclusive

Product Reviews

Mexican Coffee
I buy the coffee for my Pastor, who loves any coffee I buy him!Helen A.
Such a good coffee!
This coffee is so good, I\'m going to purchase more when I\'m done!Sean
It was ok..I liked the
It was ok..I liked the undertones of chocolate and cinnamon and whta also tasted like clove maybe ginger?? Just wish they were all just a bit more pronounced. I had to struggle to taste them. But it was good coffee, please make no mistake of interpretation of this.Rose E.
I actually ended up giving
I actually ended up giving it as a gift but ordered more to give as gifts.Donna N.
Very happy with this coffee!
Very happy with this coffee! 😋Rebecca K.
Light Roast =Oil coating on beans that brew thinner than tea
Oil coated light roast beans that brew thinner than tea. I always buy light or medium roast so they won't gum-up my grinder. I've never seen oily/gummy light roast beans. They stick to the skin even when held upside down. Not recommended. Brews so thin you can read a paper through it. I question if the beans where ever roasted.Barry B.