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  1. #1
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    What more can we do to sell our coffee?

    Hello everyone,

    we are growers here in Mexico. Yet, we have a problem.
    What else can we do to sell our coffee? in other words,
    we would like to create other recipes that may be appealing
    to our clients. Drinks, other than the already useful Espresso or
    Frappes, etc.
    Any fresh ideas?
    Last edited by PinkRose; 08-17-2013 at 05:33 AM. Reason: Made the title a bit clearer.

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    Hi richardo,

    Where do you sell your coffee now? Are you only selling it in Mexico?

    Do you sell green unroasted beans as well as roasted coffee?

    Are you looking to try to get your current clients to buy more volume, or are you mainly looking to attract new customers?

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    Hi PinkRose

    We are selling ours here in Mexico.
    We have green beans as well; however, our focus is on the Roasted beans. In other words, we can
    Roasted to taste, package it and even put your own label on the packs. However, competition is great and
    we would like to take it overseas.

    So, yes, we would like to sell more volume as well as get a few more customers.

    Thank you,
    richardo

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    How about an iced Horchata coffee latte. I'm sure you are familiar with Horchata. For those reading this thread who may not be familiar with Horchata, it's basically sweetened homemade rice milk spiced with cinnamon. It is becoming very popular here in the US as an alternative to dairy and goes great with coffee. I wrote a small post about it along with a recipe on my site. I get a ton of traffic just from that one recipe.

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    horchata

    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzRoaster View Post
    How about an iced Horchata coffee latte. I'm sure you are familiar with Horchata. For those reading this thread who may not be familiar with Horchata, it's basically sweetened homemade rice milk spiced with cinnamon. It is becoming very popular here in the US as an alternative to dairy and goes great with coffee. I wrote a small post about it along with a recipe on my site. I get a ton of traffic just from that one recipe.


    Thank you buzz,

    It looks like a great idea and our lab will be looking into it.

    Better yet, your sample will be sent tomorrow via UPS.
    you may be receiving it by Fri. at the latest.

    Richardo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzRoaster View Post
    How about an iced Horchata coffee latte. I'm sure you are familiar with Horchata. For those reading this thread who may not be familiar with Horchata, it's basically sweetened homemade rice milk spiced with cinnamon. It is becoming very popular here in the US as an alternative to dairy and goes great with coffee. I wrote a small post about it along with a recipe on my site. I get a ton of traffic just from that one recipe.
    or you could also blend fresh ground coffee into the mix! i have seen this done at Costco in Los Angeles, and must admit, it was very good!

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    Thank you N,

    that looks like a great idea.
    We'll keep it in mind.

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    i should have been a little bit more specific on that last post. it wasnt with orchata, but mixed in with a "Smoothie"

 

 

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