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Typical Candies Poblanos (Puebla Mexico)

candies "poblanos" is part of its millenarian traditions. The old settlers of these earth elaborated exquisite candies with fruits and seeds, rich caramels of honey and milk surrounded in leaves of pleasant aroma and all class of delights to flatter paladar. In centuries XVI and XVII, the convents of Puebla were true factories where the nuns competed in talent and dedication to offer to then the poblana society of best candies and cakes, in original forms and presentations combining the native prescriptions and ingredients with the brought ones to Mexico by the Spaniards. Having a great variety of typical candies as they are: sweet potatoes, jamoncillos of nut, pinion or nugget, muéganos, mazapanes, navy, trufas, throats, snails, mirrors, polvorones, ponies of panela, stuffed lemons of the Coco, the delicious joys of amaranth seed and other exquisiteces have been from always the most delicious tradition poblana.

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