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  • Chocolate: Proudly of Mexican origin

    Cocoa is where originates from the nahuatl Word chocolate drink: xocolatl, being a mix of pasta, cocoa seed, butter over water, herbs and spices, leading to a very strong flavor and even bitter, but which had stimulating effects.

    And Mexico unveiled the cocoa in the world, being the Olmecs who tasted the cocoa in this form, then spread to the Aztec civilizations and Maya, and then, they gave them  the xocolatl to the Spanish conquistadors as a gift. Christopher Columbus was the first conqueror to try, some time after these, in the colony did theirs by adding sugar and many years later also combined it with milk as what we now drink when it's cold.