Horchata

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The right jar contains horchata. Restaurant employees serve the drinks by ladling them from the jars into glasses.

Horchata is the name of several kinds of traditional drinks common in Central America. It is made of ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice, barley, or tigernuts (chufas). It has a light brown color and a sweet flavor. Usually you drink horchata cold.