If you have a sweet tooth this is definitely the place for you! Established in 1874, Dulceria de Celaya keeps serving handmade Mexican candy to this day. During its first years, they used to bring their products from all parts of Mexico, but with an increasing demand, they opted to manufacture their own candy!
They use only fresh ingredients, traditional cooking methods and recipes. Traditional candies and their catchy names are both delicious and fun to pronounce for foreign visitors: Glorias, Yemitas, Piñonianas, Aleluyas, Besos de Nuez, Mostachones, etc.
The main brach is in the historic downtown of Mexico City but if you are around Colonia Roma make sure to check their other branch on Orizaba 37.