Roscón de Reyes – The Three Kings’ Day (Epiphany)

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

In Spain, it is culturally the biggest event to celebrate the Three Kings’ Day. The Three Kings parade comes the night before Epiphany or on #ThreeKingsDay. It is the day when Spanish children receive their Christmas presents, traditionally.

During this festive day, January 6th – many will eat the traditional Roscón de Reyes (Kings cake) to celebrate the three kings that brought gifts to baby Jesus. The ring-shaped cake typically has a hidden figure inside and whoever gets the slice with the figure inside “wins”, as a traditional practice the winner will buy next year’s cake or host next years event. 

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