Picosito Tamarindo & Chili 70g - Mexico

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Picosito Tamarindo & Chili  70g - Mexico 

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Picosito Tamarindo & Chili  70g - Mexico 

"Picosito tamarindo" refers to a popular Mexican candy that combines the flavors of tamarind and chili. It typically consists of a tamarind pulp or paste covered in a spicy and tangy chili powder. The candy has a sweet, sour, and spicy taste, creating a unique flavor combination that is enjoyed by many. It is often sold in small packets or individually wrapped pieces.

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