The makers of the popular Mexican spice blend have created a better version, saying it is better than the one made by American spice makers.
The makers of MexiSpice, an instant spice blend that’s used in tacos, burritos, and Mexican dishes, released a new version of their instant spice mix this week.
The new version, called MexiStick, has no added ingredients, no artificial colors, and is vegan.
It is the second instant spice product that the makers of Mexican Spice blend have launched.
MexiSpices creator Luis Suarez has said the new product is a much better version than the company’s famous Mexican spice mix that was made by a Spanish company called El Tequila.
Suarez told The Verge that he hopes the new version will bring Mexican spice makers a bit of attention.
He said the company hopes to get more than $1 million in venture capital funding, and he expects to have the new flavor available in about two weeks.
Suarez said the flavor was developed using the same processes as El Tequilla.
El Teaquilla is a Spanish-made spice blend made by El Salvador’s El Telegrafía del Mundo, a company owned by a former El Salvadoran president who was sentenced to 10 years in prison in 2012 for corruption charges related to the sale of a drug cartel.
Suzanne Farias, a spokeswoman for El Teiquilla, told The New York Times that the new Mexi Stick flavor is not El Tequeira.
ElTequilla’s El Mundo has a different name and is not affiliated with El Tequin.
El Tequillo has a name of its own and is in the process of relabeling it, Fariacas said.
She said El Tequrista will have a name that reflects its original design.