If you’re having trouble locating Azucar among the Calle Ocho sensory overload, just look for the giant ice cream cone sculpture. Directly below that you’ll find this little scoop shop, where they serve some very Miami flavors. The Cuban coffee and Oreo is as good as it sounds, but the best thing here is a flavor called Abuela Maria that’s made with chunks of guava and Maria cookies. You can eat it under a giant painting of Celia Cruz while sitting on a bench made out of guayaberas - just in case you didn’t already know you were in Little Havana.
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