Where beautiful design meets coffee

It is said that the Finns are big coffee drinkers. They can drink 4 cups of coffee in average per day (about 12kg of coffee per year according to This is Finland). I must say that is a much watery coffee we are used to around here. This kind of coffee would not be “my cup of tea”, if you let me make a jokeūüėõ

A los finlandeses les gusta mucho beber caf√©. De media beben unas 4 tazas de caf√© (12 kg de caf√© al a√Īo seg√ļn This is Finland). Un caf√© mucho m√°s aguado del que tomamos por estos lares. No mi tipo de caf√©, la verdad.

Jokes aside, Paulig Café is a well know brand of coffee that every Christmas launches a special edition called Juhla Mokka. What makes it so special is that coffee comes in a tin box with an illustration designed especially for the occasion by Finnish designers/ illustrators (a competition in which over 600 partisipants take part). They are beautiful!

Paulig Caf√© es una marca muy conocida de caf√© en Finlandia que cada a√Īo saca una edici√≥n especial por Navidad. Lo que la hace tan especial es que el caf√© viene empaquetado en una lata con una ilustraci√≥n dise√Īada para la ocasi√≥n por un ilustrador/ die√Īador finland√©s. Preparan un concurso en el que de media se presentan 6oo personas. Los dise√Īos son muy bonitos.

Christmas 2011 by Pietari Posti

Christmas 2012 by Lotta Nieminen

And this is the model for Christmas 2013 Este es el modelo para estas Navidades del 2013

Christmas 2013 by Elina Warsta

Klaus Haapaniemi Christmas 2008

Sanna Annuka Christmas 2009

Sanna Mander Christmas 2010

What is your favorite?

¬ŅCu√°l es vuestro favorito?

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