If you grew up in a Latino household, you knew that getting a sweet treat from the panaderia felt like Christmas morning. Unless you live in an OG Latino neighborhood, it's not easy to indulge in pan dulce or sweet empanadas at your leisure.

But if you live in Paramount, California, you can stuff your face with your nostalgic snacks and wash it down with some fresh horchata coffee at Horchateria Rio Luna: "A coffee and tea shop specializes in organic coffee from Mexico and South America."

Yes, heaven on earth exists.

Their horchata is made from scratch, and their churros are too. One look at their menu will leave you in tears because of how incredible everything sounds — umm hello Oaxacan Horchata, "homemade horchata with bits of melon, walnuts, and coconut; topped off with a scoop of authentic pitaya sorbet."

We dare you not to drool at these 21 photos of pure Latino food bliss — their Instagram is straight up gold, which only leaves us wondering how life-changing their treats taste IRL. 

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An horchata frappe and a concha ice cream sandwich is what dreams are made of.

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On Wednesday's we eat pink...conchas!

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¡Ay dios mio!

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Green tea horchata. We repeat: GREEN.TEA.HORCHATA.

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Lotería cards you can eat.

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Churros are good for the soul.

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Can never go wrong with a classic.

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Mazapán frappe is Frida approved.

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Who needs birthday cake when you have THIS?!

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It's almost too pretty to drink.

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Treat yo'self bby.

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But first, café con leche.

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Café de Olla cupcakes are everything we never knew we needed.

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Talk about the perfect drunk munchies snack: Churros with cajeta.

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Empanadas that'll make your corazon smile.

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What a time to be alive.

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Forgive me lord, for I *will* sin.

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