“You’ll love our exceptional coffee roasts and rich Arabica aromas.”
-Mary Lilly, Mary’s Sweets
Coffee and Tea Supplier in Houston, TX.
We are a beverage supplier in Houston, TX, that delivers the finest teas and Arabica gourmet coffees and recipes of foods that complement our beverages. We provide ground coffee and whole beans and fine loose teas from around the world. Don’t hesitate to contact us.
The Origins of Atte.
ATTE. COFFEE and ATTE. ICED TEA share a unique name with a deeper meaning. Mary’s Sweets’ founder, Mary Lilly, was given her middle name from her grandmother, Etta. Etta spelled backwards is “Atte,” which is the Spanish abbreviation meaning “sincerely yours.” We think Etta is the perfect inspiration for ATTE. COFFEE and ATTE. ICED TEA Both endure a long journey from exotic lands and are carefully selected for a premium taste experience. ATTE. COFFEE brings only the choicest Arabica beans to your cup and ATTE. ICED TEA offers refreshing brewed flavor with hints of lemon in a convenient bottle.
Mary’s Sweets supports Direct Trade.
Direct trade is a term used by coffee roasters who buy straight from the growers, cutting out both the traditional middleman buyers and sellers.
Enjoy coffee? Enjoy food?
Then Pairings 365 is the coffee lover’s podcast for you. We share fun, delicious recipes and chat with interesting people.
Listen to our most recent episode or subscribe to us on iTunes or Spotify to access all our episodes!
[Content Blockers may prevent the embedded player from loading but you can always use the iTunes or Spotify links above to access our podcast directly.]
Online Ordering Coming Soon!
Smooth. Rich. Delicious. Just A Click Away.
Also Coming Soon:
Medium roasts are heated from 410 °F – 430 °F, just before the beginning of the “second crack.” They are medium brown in color and have more body than light roasts. They also don’t have oil on the surface of the beans but their taste is more balanced and less acidic. They contain less caffeine than light roasts but more than dark roasts. Common names are Regular Roast, American Roast (the traditional roast in the eastern United States, roasted to the end of the first crack), City Roast (medium brown, a typical roast throughout the US), and Breakfast Roast.
Latest Pairings [listed alphabetically]
April 14, National Pecan Pie Day
Taste why the pecan pie has been a Texas favorite for over 150 years.
April 15, National Glazed Ham Day
For an extra tangy flavor, add a little squeeze of orange or pineapple juice to this honey glaze recipe.
April 16, National Egg Benedict Day
Eggs Benedict look and sound impressive, but with a little practice, they can be effortless to make.
April 17, World Malbec Day
Pomegranate juice and red wine temper the habanero heat in this homemade wine pepper jelly recipe.
April 18, National Animal Crackers Day
This recipe is an especially fun treat for kids when you cut the dough into their favorite shapes.
Made in the U.S.A.
Comments and Questions
Mary's Sweets, Houston, TX
Copyright © 2022
All Rights Reserved