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NESTLÉ® ABUELITA™ Authentic Mexican Chocolate is the traditional way to pamper your family with the comfort of rich, delicious chocolate dishes, desserts, and beverages.House Rules:Thank you for coming to our pages! We’re glad you’re here. Note that comments posted by visitors don’t represent the opinion of Nestlé USA nor its brands.Below are the rules for communications and general behavior on social‐network pages and online channels sponsored by Nestlé. Violation of these rules can lead to possible removal from the page or channel.- Keep it clean: no indecent or otherwise inappropriate posts.- Play fair: no libelous, defamatory, bullying, harassing, threatening or abusive posts.- Stay on topic: no spam, good luck/chain posts, commercial/promotional posts, nor repeated postings of unconstructive, inflammatory or otherwise objectionable comments/statements.- Be original: share video content, links, photographs, and text if you have rights to it; if you don’t own it or have permission, don’t post it.- Mind your own business: don’t invade other’s privacy or publicity rights; and don’t give out your personal information.- Who can post: posting must be of people 18 or older, unless posted by or with permission of a parent/legal guardian.- Keep it true and legal: no misleading or deceptive posts; no unlawful purpose or activity posts.- Introduce yourself: if you are affiliated with Nestlé (employee, agency, incentivized blogger/brand ambassador, etc.) and you are posting a comment about our products, be sure to let everyone know about your affiliation.- Remember: We reserve the right to remove any postings found to be in violation of these rules. So play nice, have fun and thanks for being a Nestlé fan!- For more information or to contact customer service, please call the Hotline at 1-800-225-2270 or email nestleconsumerservice@casupport.comRead more information about Nestlé USA's privacy policy here: http://privacy.nestleusa.com/

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Abuelita is a brand of chocolate tablets, syrup, or powdered mix in individual packets, made by Nestlé and used to make Mexican-style hot chocolate, also known as chocolate para parties (English: "table chocolate"). It was originally invented and commercialized in Mexico since 1939, by Fábrica de Chocolates La Azteca. The name is an affectionate Spanish word for "grandma" (literally translated as "little grandmother" or "granny"). Since 1973, Mexican actress Sara García has been the image for the brand before it was acquired by the Swiss company in the 1990s. The chocolate usually comes in round tablets that can be split into 1/8 or 1/4-disc wedges, and then melted into milk. The drink can also be mixed with spirits such as Kahlúa.The product ingredients (in order of percentage): sugar, chocolate processed with alkali, soy lecithin, vegetable oils (palm, shea nut and/or illipe nut), artificial cinnamon flavor, PGPR (an emulsifier). Abuelita has been a staple Mexican product for more than 60 years, and can be identified by its unique taste and packaging. One suggested method for preparing Abuelita is to bring a saucepan of milk (not water) to a boil, and add the tablet of chocolate and stir continuously with a whisk or molinillo (a whisk-like wooden stirring spoons native to Meso America) until melted and frothy or creamy. The drink is served hot, or chilled in preparation for mixing with alcoholic drinks. Abuelita is often prepared for special occasions, such as Day of the Dead (a holiday similar to Halloween in which people remember their family and friends whose spirits have gone to the afterlife) and Las Posadas (Christmas season). Wikipedia


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