Notes of cinnamon, vanilla, and coffee
We all love starting the day with coffee, but café de olla is an experience. This traditional coffee beverage is made with Mexican spiced coffee, cinnamon, and raw dark sugar called "Piloncillo.” Café de olla translates to ‘coffee from a pot‘ in English because it’s brewed in an olla de barro, or Mexican clay pot, that gives the coffee a unique earthy flavor. This is a drink that feeds the body and fortifies the soul.
12 oz. Iridescent Cloud Jar with Sliver Metal Lid, large cherry wooden wick
Burn time: Approximately 50 hours
8 oz. Tinplated Candle with Lid, medium cherry wooden wick
Burn time: Approximately 25 hours
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