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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Cuban Coffee?
Cuban coffee is unique in its roast, method of brewing, and the drink itself. The beans are roasted at a higher temperature for a shorter period of time. This results in a deep rich brew without any burnt or charcoal taste. Our beans are custom roasted for us at our secret south-of-the-border location. Cuban coffee is traditionally served sweetened with caramelized sugar. Try it once, and you'll be hooked.

What is Mexican Chocolate?
We use real Ibarra Chocolate from Jalisco, Mexico. It comes in a cake form, which we grind to a powder. Mexican chocolate is spiced with cinnamon and vanilla for an unusual, delicious flavor. It is heaven in a cup. Beware of places that serve fake Mexican chocolate, it's never as good!

What is a Batido?
Batidos are Cuban fruit shakes made with fresh fruit, ice, and milk. Because we use real fruit, not a mix or syrup, they are extra delicious.

Why don't my Cubanos at home taste like yours?
Because home equipment does not brew as hot or as consistently as commercial equipment, it's really hard to duplicate cubanos and cortaditos at home.

Will I go to Hell if I drink other coffee?