MexiMarket – Products keeping Mexican culture alive in the UK

Welcome to #MexiWeek! –

A week dedicated to the best of Mexico in the UK to coincide with Mexican Independence Day.

Introducing MexiMarket!

This week we’ll be promoting incredible Mexican products for sale in the UK made by passionate people, small brands that are big in potential and are here to change the world one delivery at a time! So if you are looking for a gift or you simply want to treat yourself, you are in the right place. Let’s start!

E-MARKET TRADERS

MexiKitsch
Born from the love for crafting and deep pride for her culture and home, Claudia’s  MexiKitsch takes inspiration from popular Mexican and Chicano culture, kitsch colour and tradition.
Every item is handmade and not two are the same. Lovingly crafted using a variety of materials the end result is a kitsch combination of tradition and vibrancy.
Casa Orozco 
Jacky, a Mexican designer has a small workshop at home in London. She passionate about designing and creating chic and classy accessories for all styles, as well as bringing handmade accessories created by native communities in Mexico. She’s inspired by her beautiful home country, its colours, traditions and characters.
Sweet Nibble 
Probably the UK’s most renowned Mexican baker, Araceli bakes authentic Mexican sweet breads from her kitchen in London to deliver around the UK. She is passionate about baking and bringing a taste of Mexico to Mexicans and Mexico lovers alike. From conchas to pan de muerto and tres leches cakes, she is just the sweetest girl.
WaxacaMx
Through Dorelice’s travels in Europe over the last 20 years, she experienced other’s peoples lifestyle & enjoyed sharing a small part of her own culture with everybody. As it was always difficult to find genuine Mexican products from the south that were so familiar to her throughout her life, she began working with contacts & close friends in order to bring all these beautiful products to Europe. I love sharing the colourful art work of our talented artisans and I continue to enjoy the journey!
Kuxtal 
Sisters Maria & Rebecca loved sharing with people here in the UK what Mexican culture is really like, a rich, vibrant, and diverse culture, not just tequila and big sombreros!
Kuxtal has been born out of this passion to show people of the UK the real vibrant, colourful, fun and exciting Mexico whilst helping support the artisans and their communities to keep these traditions alive, traditions that made our country what it is!
Dangerous Don
Founded by Londoner Thea in Oaxaca, Dangerous Don is a mezcal lovingly made using artisanal methods hundreds of years old. Shining a light on independent producers and their magical processes to make undeniably adventurous mezcal. Embracing the complex and intricate differences from expression to expression we’re bottling new types of distillations never before available to anyone outside local Mexican communities.
Dulcemamamxuk
Mexican born Dulce fell in love with the quality, respect for Mexican traditions and culture that designer Monica Xerrano gives to her clutch bags and wallets, she works with a fair trade indigenous collective to create textiles of the highest quality. No bag is the same!
Agua de Madre
Ex filmmaker Nicola Hart founded Agua de Madre, the leading water kefir company, in 2017. Originally fermented and bottled from her kitchen table, she launched the Hackney-based fermentary, the first in London in September 2019. Hart created her first water kefir from the legendary 2000 -year old Tibicos water kefir mother culture found on the Opuntia cactus in Mexico. Agua de Madre is the only water kefir to have over 55 billion live cultures in a 100ml bottles. There are four different flavours of water kefir available online including the original Pomegranate & Hibiscus. With the parent company Flor de Madre, Hart leads the way in spreading the love of live cultures to all.
Nahual
Florencia is a lady with a ‘great eye’ for the arts, she runs a small store based in South East London. with handpicked items from her home country, Mexico. Her mission is to promote Fine Mexican crafts in the UK and Europe, mainly focusing on textiles as well as other selected pieces.
Coapa & Co
Mexican Filo de la Llata began writing for Cambridge Uni back in 2017 focusing on promoting original stories specialised in Mexican and Meso-American cultures, emphasizing the use of Mexican Spanish.
In January 2017, Coapa & Co was born becoming the first publishing house in Europe that specializes in original Mexican Spanish fiction. The publishing house’s goal is to promote this content in the form of books and audiobooks for the second and third generation of Mexicans living in the United Kingdom and Europe and for anyone who is interested in learning more about the diverse cultures and their languages from across Mexico. I decided on this mission since I noticed that many of the children born here are not familiar with many of the words usually used in Mexico.

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