Flor de Caña, (sugarcane flower) aged 12 years. It is so smooth, it’s like candy. Nicaraguans know food and drank, let me tell ya.. if you’ve never had Gallopinto, Nacatamal, Tres Leches, or Flor de Caña, you are missing out and you need to find a fritanga STAT. If you know me, you know I’m not one to drink, but when I do, it’s either Flor de Caña or Jesus Juice.
In their display was a beautiful piece of quiche. When the cashier asked for my name, I told her “quiche-uh”. Sarah wouldn’t look at me, her face was SO pink. Five minutes later, someone yelled for “Keisha!!!”
I asked my uncle to not call me Annie, btw. He told me he didn’t even know who I was. Everything works out for the better, ya know?
A couple months ago, my aunt and uncle took me out to lunch here. They have gluten free goodies, so we went in to see if they had any left, and they didn’t.
The sales lady was so excited about Poo~Pourri, “These are great gag gifts, but people come back to buy more because it’s REALLY WORKS!”
(I love Joe Cross, he’s one of my inspirations!)