Similar to Mexican horchata (and nothing like it), Venezuelan Rica Chicha is thick and sweet. Popular with kids and adults alike, it's worth giving a try!
Chicha's popularity can be measured outside of schools across Venezuela: you'll see bunches of kids with their characteristic plastic cup, enjoying its delicious content and exhibiting their white mustaches.
But chicha is (thankfully) not restricted to the streets of Venezuela. Nestle has brought a delicious instant recipe that can be made at home just by adding milk!
Nestle Rica Chicha.
Instant Drink Mix.
Contains 14.1 oz (400 gr).
May contain traces of Gluten and Milk.
Product of Venezuela.
Have a little taste of Nestle Rica Chicha blending it with milk (whole, low-fat, whichever is your preference) and ice for a refreshing drink! Add cinnamon and/or condensed milk, and you won't stop until you finish the whole jar!
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Everything arrived in good shape and good quality. They need to add more products.
Es divina, exquisita!!!! Por favor también traigan crema de arroz
Amazing product and amazing customer service!!
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