Día de los Muertos
Are you ready for Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead?
Often mis-categorized as ‘Mexican Halloween’, this vibrant Central American holiday has been around since before Spanish colonization and used to take place at the beginning of summer. Traditionally families build private altars to honor their deceased relatives using Aztec marigolds and other offerings.
We adore the visual landscape of Día de los Muertos with its explosions of bright pink and orange paper flags and ornately decorated papel picado skeletons.
Very proud to source our amazing ojon oil from that part of the world, where culture and traditions are preserved and revered.
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