Chicatana Ant

Mexico has the world’s highest number of edible insects and most of them are caught wild such as the Chicatana Ant. In Osadia Concept Store you can find this giant winged ant mixed with sea salt, cardamom & chili peppers and enjoy it in fruits like pineapple or mango.

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Fleur de Sel

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“Fleur de Sel” literally translates “flower of salt” and it is a kind of salt that is formed as a thin, delicate crust on the surface of seawater as it evaporates. The Mexican Flour du Sel used in the Charred Corn & Lime is from Cuyutlán in the Pacific Ocean. Its delicate nature makes it a perfect finishing ingredient for salads, fish, meat, fruit and vegetables. Try it and season your food as a top chef!

 

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What is a "Huipil"?

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"Huipil" is a traditional, square -cut blouse that is hand-woven and decorated with embroidered design. Our beautiful Dalia Cordova Huipils are handwoven and embroidered in Oaxaca, Mexico by indigenous artisans. Every piece is unique and takes about 60 days to weave.

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Coal and Canary Candles

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coal and canary soy candle Soy and vegetable wax candles that not only smell amazing but are also beautiful. Take a look of our Coal and Canary Candle Collection and find out more about this product.

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