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Inspired by “Pan de Muerto” the Mexican sweet bread of the dead.

PAN DE MUERTO is a traditional and symbolic bread that plays a significant role in Mexico’s Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) celebrations.

The tradition of making and sharing Pan de Muerto is a deeply rooted cultural practice in Mexico, reflecting the country’s blend of indigenous and Spanish Catholic traditions.

PAN DE MUERTO / BREAD OF THE DEAD is typically available in Mexican bakeries and supermarkets during the weeks leading up to the Day of the Dead, which is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd.

What does it taste like? Pan de Muerto sweet bread, with a slightly sweet and soft dough. It is flavored with ingredients like orange blossom water, anise seeds, and sometimes cinnamon. The bread is usually dusted with sugar on top, which adds sweetness and a unique texture. The use of orange blossom water in Pan de Muerto not only imparts a distinctive flavor but is also believed to guide the spirits of the deceased with its fragrance.