Cinsa makes fun and retro-style enamel cookware that’s just as useful served up elegantly in your dining room as it is hung over a campfire at dawn. Enamelware conducts heat superbly, is super-strong, stain resistant, and shatterproof – which makes it particularly useful around kids (and klutzes!) Founded in Mexico in 1928 by brothers Isidro, Carlos and Ricardo López Zertuche, Cinsa has long been the standard-bearer in the Mexican cookware market. Their enamel cookware caters to a variety of needs: if you’re hunting for vessels to make menudo or pozole or to steam tamales, look no further than Cinsa’s Hispanic line, while if you’re prepping for a jaunt to the Great Outdoors, Cinsa’s campware will come in handy – we particularly love the speckled granite enamel coffee pots and mugs.
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