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As our dream of Olla Express flourished, we embraced the essence of San Antonio's vibrant community, embedding ourselves deeply within the fabric of the city. Welcoming Mexican hospitality with open arms, we have become a cherished tourist spot, offering an authentic coffee experience. 

Recognizing the importance of accessibility and convenience in today’s fast-paced world, we introduced online ordering and delivery services, ensuring that our exquisite coffee and pastries are just a click away. Additionally, for those exploring the city on two wheels, we are conveniently located along a popular bike route.

This seamless integration of traditional flavors with modern technology has not only catered to the nostalgic cravings of our fellow expatriates but also invited locals and tourists alike to savor a taste of Mexico, right here in Texas. Moreover, our unique membership plans offer an exclusive gateway to the rich coffee culture we cherish, providing benefits and special offers that deepen the connection between our heritage and our patrons.
Open daily, we stand as a beacon of cultural celebration, sustainability, and community engagement, inviting everyone to experience the warmth and richness of our beloved Mexican coffee and pastries amidst the bustling heart of San Antonio.

We are conveniently right by various iconic locations around San Antonio. Whether you’re paying a visit to the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA), admiring the beauty of Hemisphere Park, or walking the historic Hays Street Bridge, we’ve got your coffee needs covered. We’re located in the heart of the River walk and just five minutes away walking distance from the pearl district.


Because it is a traditional way to prepare coffee in Mexico. This drink is traditionally prepared in earthen clay pots, some made by artisans. The distinct flavor of Café de olla is derived from cinnamon and piloncillo. This type of coffee is principally consumed in cold climates and in rural areas. The flavor of Café de olla is created by different ingredients and spices including ground coffee, cinnamon and also piloncillo, which is a traditional non-refined sugar from Mexico.


This is the most important element that goes into a cup of coffee. The mineral content and PH level of the water you use can have drastic effects on the finished product.


A coffee seed, commonly called coffee bean, is a seed of the coffee plant and is the source for coffee.


This spice is a brown colored woody extremely aromatic and has a sweet flavor.


Pure natural unrefined cane sugar concentrated by boiling with NO additives. Healthier than sugar, contains essential minerals, suggesting it has immunological benefits.


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