Chamoy Las Vegas

We sell some amazing chamoy in Las Vegas. Are you looking to buy some? We sell the best. Seriously. Our stuff is to die for. After you try some of ours, you might just start buying it online and having it shipped to your house. Weekly. It’s that good. In fact, you’d be better off just to not visit our online store to buy chamoy and continue on your life without this new sweet drink addiction. The plumy goodness will make your mouth water for more. You’ll be at work just dreaming about when you get home and can have another sip… No seriously, give us a try, you won’t forget it.

In case you were wondering, according to Wikipedia, Chamoy: “refers to a variety of savory sauces and condiments in Mexican cuisine made from pickled fruit. Chamoy may range from a liquid to a paste consistency, and typically its flavor is salty, sweet, sour, and spiced with chiles.”

Did you know that chamoy can make your drink taste amazing? Well I bet you already knew that, because you searching for “Chamoy Las Vegas” after all! Ok, so let’s get to the point. You can buy some of our amazing chamoy, but first, you’ll have to visit our website here.

Origins of Chamoy

Oh and incase you are wondering about the origins of chamoy, here’s another little snippet: “The precise origins of chamoy are uncertain, but some[1] believe it to be a Mexican adaptation of the Japanese umeboshi, or pickled ume fruit. In place of ume, the typical Mexican chamoy uses apricot, plum or mango as its fruit base.

Like umeboshi, Mexican chamoy is prepared by first packing the fruit in either dry salt or a brine. Occasionally, this brine is acidulated with vinegar. This draws out the natural moisture of the fruit by osmosis. When the fruit has been sufficiently dried, it is separated from the brine and is sold as a snack known as saladitos, literally ‘little salty things’.” Did you know that Chamoy is often brought to Las Vegas weddings for celebrating? Here’s a post on the small venues near the Strip.

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