The well-known Spanish patisserie Escribá unveiled the new dessert that will be part of its menu and that is also inspired by cryptocurrencies, this new sweet is the Roscón de Reyes or better known as Crypto Tartell and can be paid with Bitcoins ().
The Escribá or “Pastisseria Escribá” pastry shop has been founded since 1906, leaving its legacy from generation to generation and is located in the city of Barcelona – Spain, given its variety of cakes, sweets and all these years of travel. The pastry shop has been gaining a good reputation from both locals and foreigners.
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One of the most striking factors of the Crypto Tartell is that it is decorated with the Escribá cryptocurrency in white chocolate, and it also brings two surprises to anyone who buys it, since it contains a 24K coin to replace the bean and a decorative crown of the roscón, it should be noted that the coin has no monetary value. In relation to the specifications given by the bakery itself, the roscón is made to be shared with approximately 6 to 8 people. It is filled with chocolate and orange truffle.
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