Cuban babies usually don't smell like baby powder. Instead, you're much more likely to smell the sweet aroma of violets. Both girl and boy babies are frequently "baptized" daily with "Agua de Violetas." This is a tradition that probably goes back to Spain. In fact, most of the Agua de Violetas is imported from Spain.
Many Miami "old timers" remember the company from Cuba where Crusellas advertising jingles were very popular. Crusellas' "Jabon Candado" was the best-selling laundry soap in Cuba and for more than 20 years, the company was famous for running contests that awarded new houses to the winners.
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