Café La Llave, a tradition that began on our coffee farm in the hills of Trinidad, Cuba, is roasted especially for the classic Latin-style espresso drinker who. BUY NOW · Decaffeinated · Purchase · Contact. I started drinking espresso around 4 years old (Saturday night dominoes always included coffee and bread with butter) But, like many Cuban babies, I was joined by espresso and coffee with milk at a very young age. Café La Llave, a tradition that began in Cuba, is specially roasted to obtain the classic Latin flavor perfected by Latin coffee drinkers and for Latin coffee drinkers.
After having tried both, I can say that the Café La Llave Espresso in the K-Cup is as rich as an American coffee (this is how you talk about “delicious and strong” coffee). The owners of Café La Llave and Café Bustelo were originally from Cuba, although both companies are now based in the United States. Mom told me the story of how she used to order “simio”, which means coffee in a language from two years ago.