Nata Pura Black | 12 units pack







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Nata Pura Black 12units

Nata Pura Black  12 units

Nata Pura White 4units

Nata Pura Black  4 units

Nata Pura White 6units

Nata Pura White 6 units

Nata Pura White 12units

Nata Pura White 4 units

Nata Pura Mini 36units

Nata Pura Mini 36 units

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Set the timer and get to know Portugal and the Pastel de Nata

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The pastel de nata has a colourful history; it was developed in the 18th century by the Benedictine monks of the Jeronimos Monastery on the outskirts of Lisbon. The monks would dye their habits with egg whites and used surplus eggs to make sweets and pastries to sell them and finance their community. The Nata quickly stood out from the competition, arose from these humble origins and quickly became Portugal’s favourite pastry.Since then, the Nata has become a part of the Portuguese way of life. A nata is found in every café and is simultaneously a snack, a dessert, or just a quick indulgence to go along the espresso coffee. It’s a social tool and an excuse to hang out at an esplanade with your friends. A great gift to bring to family dinner.
Everywhere the Portuguese went, they took the Nata with them. Variations on the nata popped up all over the world. But Nata Pura is the first branded nata to bring all the weight of the product’s history and tradition to the world market. When a product remains highly popular and relatively unchanged for more than 300 years, the potential is there.

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Are your natas already in the oven? Then pass the time listening to some of the best music Portugal has to offer, a playlist curated by none other than our CEO Mabilio.

1- We had to start with Fado, the sad, soulful crooning that is quintessentially Portuguese. Amália is the all-time classic, Marisa is the young powerhouse, but Ana Moura is our first selection. Her approach is a breath of fresh air that transforms the usual themes of longing and misfortune into a vibrant portrait of feminine and Portuguese resilience.



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