We captured the essence of El Salvador in food. The delicious National Salvadoran dish, Pupusas, described by all who try them as food from the gods, are stuffed corn flour pies, usually filled with cheese, beans, or chicharrón. representing the rich culinary tradition of the region. Beside the pupusa, there’s a depiction of a refreshing horchata. Salvadoran horchata is made from morro seeds, also known as jícaro seeds. This beverage has a unique flavor and perfectly complements the taste of pupusas. Together, the pupusa and morro seed horchata symbolize the authenticity and culture of El Salvador showcased in a unique garment.