Mexican Chocolate Coffee Treats

Delicious Treats to Enjoy with Mexican Chocolate Coffee

Are you looking to add side treats to enjoy with your Mexican chocolate coffee? This blog is for you! 

Read on the list of treats have with your sunrise coffee cup of Mexican Chocolate and enjoy the sensational taste! Grab your Mexican chocolate grind from Java sunrise coffee and leave the hassle of mixing the ingredients yourself!

 A cup of hot coffee with coffee beans splashed around

G'day, mates! Welcome to a delicious and flavourful sunrise coffee blog post where we'll be exploring the delightful world of Mexican chocolate coffee and the scrumptious treats that pair perfectly with it. So, grab your favourite cuppa and get ready for a tasty journey with Java earth coffee!

What is Mexican Chocolate?

Before we delve into the sweets and sunrise coffee, let's take a short detour to learn about Mexican chocolate coffee. A single taste of Mexican chocolate can transport the drinker to the vibrant and colorful streets of Mexico. With a robust coffee base, cinnamon, vanilla, and cocoa are added to this beverage. This beverage offers a delightful balance of richness and spice, making it an ideal choice for sunrise coffee express lovers who enjoy robust flavors.

 Coffee Beans, Ground Coffee powder and a Cup of hot mexican chocolate coffee

Let's explore the realm of Mexican chocolate coffee a bit further, shall we? This coffee is a true gem, and it merits special consideration.


What makes Mexican chocolate coffee so special? The magic resides in the combination of flavors that are in perfect harmony. The addition of cinnamon, vanilla, and cocoa creates a symphony of flavor sensations that will make your taste receptors dance. You even feel a slight jolt from the trace of spice; it's a bit cheeky like that.


Now, let's speak about the Mexican Chocolate grind offered by Java Sunrise Coffee. The best part is that the blend is available in four various grinds to accommodate your brewing preferences. How amazing is that?

  • Standard Grind: The standard grind is perfect for your everyday coffee needs. It's ideal for use in a drip coffee maker or a pour-over setup. You'll get all those incredible flavours we've been raving about, in a grind that's easy to work with.
  • Whole Bean: For those who prefer to grind their own beans at home, we offer a Mexican Chocolate blend in whole bean form. This way, you can grind the beans to your preferred coarseness, ensuring the freshest and most flavourful cup of coffee possible.
  • Espresso Grind: Are you a fan of a good espresso sunrise coffee, or do you enjoy a rich and creamy cappuccino? We have got you covered with our espresso grind. It's a finer grind, specifically tailored for use in espresso machines. You'll be able to enjoy the bold flavours of Mexican chocolate coffee in a more concentrated, velvety form.
  • Coarse Grind: If you're a plunger (French press) or cold brew enthusiast, the coarse grind is the way to go. The larger coffee particles allow for a slower extraction, which works brilliantly with these brewing methods. Your Mexican chocolate sunrise coffee express will be smooth and full-bodied, with all those delightful flavours shining through.

 Three cups - one with Coffee beans, another one with ground coffee and last one with magical liquid known as black coffee

Treats To Go With Mexican Chocolate Coffee


First, we have churros, a classic Mexican dessert. These doughy, deep-fried treats are ideal for dunking in your Mexican chocolate coffee. A churro's crisp exterior and delicate, tender interior make it an ideal complement to the robust flavors of your coffee. You can also apply cinnamon and sugar on your churros to give them a flavor boost that pairs perfectly with the coffee.


The traditional Mexican dessert flan combines particularly well with Mexican chocolate sunrise coffee. It is a sweet and piquant caramel-infused custard with a creamy texture. The velvety texture and delicate flavor of flan can help to soften the robust flavors of the sunrise coffee express, resulting in an exquisitely balanced taste experience.


Mexican wedding cookies, also known as polvorones, are buttery, crumbly biscuits filled with nuts, such as pecans or almonds, that have been finely chopped. Typically, powdered sugar is used to encase these cookies, giving them a sweet and delicate exterior that contrasts with their rich, nutty interior. The nutty flavors of Polvorones pair well with Mexican chocolate coffee sunrise because they complement the coffee's chocolatey overtones.

Pan de Muerto

Pan de Muerto, also known as "bread of the dead," is a traditional Mexican sweet bread typically eaten on Da de Muertos (Day of the deceased). This mildly sweet, orange-scented bread pairs beautifully with Mexican chocolate coffee. The soft, pillowy texture of the bread absorbs the robust flavors of the sunrise coffee express, creating a harmonious flavor fusion in the palate.

Thres Leches Cake

Popular in Mexico, Tres Leches cake consists of a sponge cake soaked in a mixture of three kinds of milk: evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream. This results in a cake that is robust in flavor but light in texture and moist. The luscious, sugary nature of Tres Leches cake makes it an ideal complement to the robust, peppery flavors of Mexican chocolate coffee.

Caramel Flan Cake

If you're looking for a truly indulgent treat to pair with your Mexican chocolate sunrise coffee express, look no further than a caramel flan cake. This dessert combines the best of both worlds – the creamy, caramel-infused flan we mentioned earlier, and a moist, tender cake layer beneath it. The combination of textures and flavours in this dessert creates a heavenly experience that complements the boldness of Mexican chocolate coffee beautifully.


Empanadas are pastry pockets filled with various sweet or savoury fillings, and in this case, we recommend fillings such as spiced apple, pineapple, or guava. The flaky pastry crust contrasts with the tender, flavourful filling, creating a delightful textural experience that pairs well with the rich coffee sunrise.


Buñuelos are another fried Mexican treat that pairs wonderfully with Mexican chocolate coffee. These thin, crispy fritters are made from a simple dough and then deep-fried until golden brown. After frying, they're often dusted with cinnamon sugar or drizzled with a syrup made from piloncillo (unrefined Mexican sugar) or honey. The combination of the crisp, sweet buñuelos and the bold, spicy sunrise coffee express creates a satisfying contrast in both flavour and texture.


Last but not least, we have sopapillas – a popular Mexican dessert that's similar to a doughnut, but lighter and fluffier. Sopapillas are made from a simple dough that's rolled out, cut into squares, and then deep-fried until puffed and golden. They're typically served with a dusting of powdered sugar or drizzled with honey, adding a touch of sweetness that pairs perfectly with the bold flavours of Mexican chocolate coffee.


 Two cups of Mexican Chocolate Coffee with desert on side


As you can see, there's no shortage of delicious treats to enjoy alongside your Mexican chocolate coffee sunrise. From deep-fried delights like churros and buñuelos to creamy, indulgent desserts like flan and tres leches cake, there's something to satisfy every craving.

So, the next time you're in the mood for a flavorful sunrise coffee express break, try whipping up one of these tasty pairings to truly elevate your Mexican chocolate coffee experience from Java Sunrise Coffee!