Well, it was only a matter of time and natural that someone in La Antigua Guatemala would try to make a coffee jelly spread.
Now imagine a toasted bagel with cream cheese and jalea de café spread on top and, of course, a big mug of freshly brewed genuine coffee from Antigua. I am glad I am not you because I don’t have to imagine anything, I just have that for breakfast a couple times a week.
Of course, now it’s only a matter of time before the cafes in La Antigua Guatemala will begin offering toasts or bagels with coffee spread. Heck why stop there, I am sure jalea de café will go well on top of waffles and panqueques (pancakes) and even champurradas, don’t you think?
Make sure you take a few jars of Valle de Panchoy’s Jalea de Café so you can enjoy, like me, the flavorful and unique coffee jelly from Antigua Guatemala. I know I would!
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