About Us

Made In New Mexico, "Where Authenticity Matters"


We have a retail store on the historic Taos plaza, right in the heart of Taos, New Mexico! Since 2005 visitors to Taos have come to us for authentic New Mexico and Southwestern products including Green Chile, Ristras and Wreaths, Hatch's Red Chile Powder, Pinon Coffee, and NM Jams and Jellies. We also offer Southwestern jewelry, clothing, décor and much more.

When you visit Taos, your trip won't be complete without a visit to the "Official Home of Real New Mexico Products." Our store is located in a slightly-haunted adobe building on the historic Taos Plaza. It just wouldn't be right to sell cheaply-made or imported goods from such a historic location, so everything in the store is made exclusively by the artisans, craftspeople, and micro-businesses of New Mexico. We Offer "Old-Time" Customer Service. Because we're a small business, we can still offer you that old-time customer service that's become so hard to find in America today.

A friendly greeting when you walk in our store or contact us by email, provided by people who know about the products they sell

  • 99% of the Web orders we receive are shipped the same or the next business day

  • 99% of the emails we receive during business hours are answered in less than 3 hours

  • One of the best guarantees you'll find anywhere!

  • That's why most customers rate us "5 Stars"!

  • We are located at 127 North Plaza, Taos, New Mexico 87571

  • Phone: 575-758-7709

  • Email: minmtaos@gmail.com

  • Hours: 10 am to 6pm daily

Visit Taos, "The Original Art Town"


If you like art, history, culture, amazing mountain and high-desert scenery, river rafting, skiing and other outdoor activities, consider Taos (rhymes with "house") for your next vacation...there's simply no place like it.

Artists have been moving here, creating here, and selling their works for over 100 years. Art lovers from all over the world come to Taos to buy from our 65+ art galleries. The amazingly varied and colorful sky and our sacred Taos Mountain continue to inspire thousands of artists, photographers and other visitors every year.

Before it was an art town, Taos was the place where American Indians, and later Europeans, came to trade food, furs and other goods. The Taos Pueblo Indians established their impressive pueblo here around 1,000 A.D., and it still stands as one of America's oldest buildings.. Europeans settled in the area in the late 1600s, and the uniquely American trapper, scout, and guide Kit Carson lived here in the 19th century and is buried here.
Taos remains a fascinating blend of three distinct cultures: Anglo, Spanish and Indian. Today, Taos County is home to about 30,000 year-round residents, while the town of Taos itself has a population of about 5,000.

Taos Vacation Planning Links:

Taos Vacation Guide–The official vacation planning guide for Taos

Taos Pueblo–A 1000-year-old Indian community...still going strong!

Museum Association of Taos–Learn about Taos' great museums

Taos Gallery Association–Links to 40 of Taos' 80+ art galleries

Taos Ski Valley–Some of the best, steepest, and least crowded skiing and snowboarding you'll find in America. (Fun in the summer, too!)

Taos Wiki Page–A brief history of Taos, with basic data

New Mexico Tourism Dept.–Official vacation planner for "The Land of Enchantment"