Gevalia Mexican Coffee

Last Updated on July 9, 2022 by Ellen Christian

You are going to love this Gevalia Mexican coffee! Finding time to indulge yourself can be difficult for many busy women. Learn how to make Gevalia coffee.

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Much of my day is spent working, taking care of the house, and making sure that other people have what they need.  I have been trying to make sure that I take time out of my busy day to focus on me.  If I don’t do that, it’s too easy for me to burn out. And, that isn’t good for anyone. 

Gevalia Mexican Coffee for an Afternoon Indulgence

Indulge Yourself With Gevalia Mexican Coffee

 There are many ways to indulge yourself but one of my favorites is with a great cup of coffee.   You might even say that finding a great cup of coffee is one of my passions in life.

Coffee gives me the burst of energy I need to make it through a busy day. Since I enjoy my coffee light and sweet, I also consider a cup of coffee a sweet indulgence without going overboard with the calories.

cinnamon sticks falling out of a bag

What is Mexican Coffee?

So, Mexican coffee is basically traditional black coffee along with grated cinnamon and sugar. In traditional Mexican coffee, you don’t just add the cinnamon and sugar after the coffee is brewed.

You add it to the grounds while the coffee is brewing. So, this isn’t authentic Mexican coffee but it does have the taste of Mexican coffee along with the ease of brewing with K-cups.

a cup of coffee, a book and a candle

Since this indulgent moment was just for me, I really only needed one cup of coffee instead of a whole pot. My Cuisinart Keurig lets me make just one cup of coffee at a time using the Keurig K-Cups. So, there is no need to grind gourmet coffee beans just for me.  You can also use a reusable k-cup and ground coffee if you are concerned about the waste of k-cups.

 I was all out of coffee K-Cups so I took a few minutes to pop into Walmart to see what I could find.  I could tell that the new Gevalia Columbia K-Cups were a popular choice because there were only a few left on the shelf! 

So, I picked up a box of Gevalia Columbia K-Cups and a few other things to set the mood for my indulgent moment. Then, I headed home to enjoy my Gevalia Mexican coffee before the kids got home from school.

Indulge yourself with this Gevalia Mexican coffee recipe

Gevalia Columbia Coffee K-cups

Gevalia prides itself on the rich, never bitter taste of its coffee. While I have tried their ground coffee in the past, I have never tried their K-Cups before.  The single-cup coffee K-Cups let me enjoy that same rich taste without grinding the beans or brewing a full pot of coffee.

I decided to create a truly indulgent experience by making myself a coffee shop drink at home with the Gevalia Columbian coffee. Since it’s almost Cinco de Mayo, I thought a yummy Gevalia Mexican Coffee was in order.

Yummmm. Just those few moments to enjoy this delicious indulgence are enough to help me make it through the rest of the day.  If you’d like to indulge yourself with a Gevalia Mexican coffee, why not pick up a package of K-cups. Learn how to get your coffee with less waste.

Gevalia Mexican Coffee Recipe for an Afternoon Indulgence

So, if you’re looking for a Gevalia coupon, you might want to check your local newspaper or their website. I haven’t found one that’s currently active. But, if there is one, that’s where you’d find one. I also use a variety of different coupon apps like iBotta to save. You can search on iBotta at the app store. 

Now, if you don’t have a K-cup coffee maker and still want to try my recipe, you can certainly use the same process using Gevalia instant coffee. Or, you could even use Gevalia ground coffee. Or, there are Gevalia Tassimo discs as well. There are lots of ways to make this Gevalia Mexican coffee recipe.

Gevalia Mexican Coffee for an Afternoon Indulgence

Coffee with less sugar

While traditional Mexican coffee uses sugar, you can certainly use an alternative sweetener if you’re concerned about sugar. I have tried this same recipe with stevia. And, I really like the way it tastes. You could try it with agave or honey as well if you want to.

The taste of this Gevalia Mexican coffee recipe will be a little bit different but you might love it! You may want to try topping it with cold foam. Finally, check out this post to get started.

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Gevalia Mexican Coffee Recipe

Gevalia Mexican Coffee Recipe

You are going to love this easy Gevalia Mexican Coffee Recipe!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 Gevalia Columbian K-Cup
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp chocolate powder (like Quik)
  • Creamer if desired
  • whipped cream


  1. Add the brown sugar and the chocolate syrup to the bottom of your coffee mug.
  2. Brew one cup of Gevalia Columbian K-cup coffee in your Keurig.
  3. Stir to mix the brown sugar and the chocolate powder.
  4. Add creamer if you typically use it in your coffee.
  5. Top with a generous dollop of whipped cream if desired.
  6. Sprinkle cinnamon on top.


You can make this Gevalia Mexican coffee recipe with k-cups ground coffee or instant coffee.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 143Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 29mgCarbohydrates: 22gFiber: 2gSugar: 17gProtein: 2g

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29 thoughts on “Gevalia Mexican Coffee”

  1. I have put cinnamon in my coffee grounds before.  this looks great. thanks for linking up to friday food frenzy Ellen.
  2. I tried this brand for the first time at Blissdom. The spokesguy was there too...forget his name though. It was good coffee!
  3. Yum. I love Mexican coffee, now only if you jazzed it up with a shot of Khalua! Of course only after the kiddos were fast asleep! ;-) Heh heh.
  4. Ellen, I had to laugh - made myself a cup before sitting here and reading blogs! LOVE the sound of the recipe you posted - will definitely have to try it. Carrie
  5. Yum, looks amazing. Sadly I cant drink coffee. It gives me the jitters. I do drink a small cup of cordyceps and reishi mushroom  a day, which is an organic coffee.

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