Pineapple Tamalitoz Candy
There's a Town called Loma Bonita in the state of Oaxaca Mexico, that is all about Pineapple. Something about the soil, the weather and the warm people that make Loma Bonita home to the sweetest pineapple in the country. Its actually called 'Piña Miel which means honey pineapple because it's so sweet.
Naturally flavored and colored ribbon style candy filled with a custom blend of mild chili powder, dehydrated lime juice and a touch of sea salt. 4oz (about 30 pieces of candy per pouch). Made in Mexico
About the Maker: Tamalitoz by Sugarox is the creation of husband & husband team Jack & Dec. They started their journey producing small batch runs of hard candy at their first store in Mexico City. They combine traditional European candy making (Dec is from the UK) with the sweet flavors of Mexico (thats where Jack's from).
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