Mexican salt from dried worms for mezcal or tequila 2x10g in ampoules.

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Mexican salt from dried worms for mezcal or tequila 2x10g in ampoules.

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Classic products for tequila and mezcal and for salsas. Made from the larvae that inhabit the agave plant, worm salt is a spicy-salty condiment that includes roasted and ground "worms", pepper and salt, and is traditionally served with orange slices as an accompaniment to Mezcal. The worms live their entire lives on the plant, so they are in fact concentrated in "agave". Oaxacan grasshoppers also feed on agave plants during their life cycle.

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