Mexican Flavors to Discover

Explore the rich flavors of Mexican cuisine with dulce de leche, guava, piloncillo, and figs inside our coyotas, showcasing creamy caramel sweetness, tangy guava, deep molasses notes, and sweet honey-like flavors, all celebrating authentic Mexican and Latin American culinary traditions.

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Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Guayaba - Guava
Hillos Coyotas de Dulce de leche - cajeta
Hillos Coyotas de Sonora de Higo - Fig
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Piloncillo
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Guayaba - Guava
Hillos Coyotas de Dulce de leche - cajeta
Hillos Coyotas de Sonora de Higo - Fig
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Piloncillo
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Guayaba - Guava
Hillos Coyotas de Dulce de leche - cajeta
Hillos Coyotas de Sonora de Higo - Fig
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Piloncillo
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Guayaba - Guava
Hillos Coyotas de Dulce de leche - cajeta
Hillos Coyotas de Sonora de Higo - Fig
Hillos Coyotas Sonora de Piloncillo
Hillos Coyotas Sonora

Dulce de Leche

eng: /DOOL-seh deh LEH-cheh/

Dulce de leche, known as "cajeta" in Mexico, is a beloved sweet treat deeply ingrained in Mexican culture. Made by slowly heating sweetened goat's milk until it caramelizes into a rich, golden-brown syrup, cajeta offers a distinct flavor and smooth texture. This versatile delight is commonly enjoyed drizzled over desserts like churros, ice cream, and flan, or spread on warm tortillas for a simple yet indulgent snack. Found in markets and homes across Mexico, cajeta represents a sweet tradition cherished by generations. As a staple throughout Latin America, dulce de leche in its various forms brings a taste of comfort and nostalgia to people across the region.

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Guava

eng: /gwa-YAH-bah/

Guava, known as "guayaba" in Mexico, is a tropical fruit beloved for its sweet, tangy flavor and vibrant aroma. Native to Central America, guayaba thrives in warm climates and is a staple in Mexican cuisine. The fruit’s flesh ranges from creamy white to deep pink, encased in a green or yellow skin. Rich in vitamin C, fiber, and antioxidants, guayaba is not only delicious but also highly nutritious. In Mexico, it is commonly enjoyed fresh, or used in traditional recipes such as guava paste (ate de guayaba), aguas frescas, and festive ponche during Christmas. Throughout Latin America, guava holds a special place in various culinary traditions, reflecting the region's rich agricultural heritage and love for bold, natural flavors.

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Piloncillo

eng: /pee-lohn-SEE-yoh/

Piloncillo, a traditional Mexican unrefined cane sugar, is cherished for its deep, molasses-like flavor and rich caramel undertones. Shaped into small cones, this natural sweetener is made by boiling and evaporating cane juice, resulting in a dense, dark brown sugar. In Mexico, piloncillo is a staple in kitchens, enhancing the flavor of traditional dishes such as mole, tamales, and the beloved café de olla. Its robust sweetness also enriches desserts like flan and buñuelos. Beyond Mexico, piloncillo is appreciated throughout Latin America, where it adds a distinct, authentic touch to a variety of culinary delights, from Colombian panela to Brazilian rapadura, reflecting the region's shared love for bold, natural flavors.

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Fig

eng: /ph-e-g/ spn: /ee-go/

The fig, known as "higo" in Mexico, is a fruit treasured for its sweet, honey-like flavor and soft, chewy texture. This ancient fruit, often enjoyed fresh or dried, is a versatile ingredient in Mexican cuisine. Figs are commonly used in traditional dishes such as "higos en almíbar," where they are simmered in a cinnamon-infused syrup, and "pan de higo," a rich fig bread often enjoyed during festive occasions. Additionally, figs are incorporated into salsas and salads, adding a unique sweetness that balances savory flavors. Revered for their nutritional benefits, figs hold a special place in Mexican culture, reflecting the country's appreciation for naturally delicious and healthful foods.

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