Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set
Muy Buenos Días Bundle, Mug Set

A good cup of coffee, sipped from a sturdy, satisfying-to-hold mug is the best way we know to usher in a new day. Our beans are carefully sourced by BUNA from Guerrero, Oaxaca, and Veracruz. Dalia is a comforting medium-dark blend with silky sweet notes of brown sugar, toffee, and chocolatey cacao overtones. A pair of mugs in your choice of color from Oaxaca's leading artisan ceramics studio, La Chicharra, completes the set.

Note: These items are heavily discounted because the 'best by' date of the coffee is September 2023. The 'best by' date is only a recommendation and not an expiration date. It's always café rico. Final sale — no returns.

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Dalia, a blend from BUNA, is sourced from Guerrero, Oaxaca, and Veracruz, with the majority coming from the Costa Grande region of the Mexican state of Guerrero.
• 100% Lead Free
• 11.5 oz
• 4.25 in height, 3 in opening
• Dishwasher & Microwave Safe
• Variations in glazes are a result of the natural minerals used as pigments

• Makes a great gift for coffee lovers, because the best coffee deserves the best mug.
• Mug fits most coffee drippers and brewers.

Nature, Meet Science

La Chicharra founders María Fernanda Oviedo and Eduardo (Lalo) López met in ceramics class; she was a chemist, he a geologist, and neither had a background in pottery. What started as a hobby soon blossomed into a love connection (hello, Ghost!) as well as a booming business. Their scientific backgrounds and love of nature influence the studio they’ve built together, blending the traditional art of Mexican barro with a deep understanding of how to manipulate geology and the natural world to create unique colors and designs. The two spend much of their time searching for and experimenting with ashes they get from nearby tortillerías as well the earth they find in their garden and on the roads where they go hiking. This process is one of the elements that characterizes La Chicharra’s pieces. Each piece appears slightly different: like birthmarks, none are alike.