Since Can Cama Rotja is located in Inca, this article recommends the most ingrained products of this city and where to find them:
They are also known by the name of “Galletas de Inca” or “pa de barca”.
One of the ovens that produced these biscuits was the oven of Can Guixe, which still remains in Inca today. They can be eaten accompanied by sweet (jams, chocolate, etc.) or salty (sausages, sobrassada, cheese, etc.) or spread with a little oil and salt. They are famous for the Quely brand, originally from Inca.
It is a confectionery of flour, sugar and eggs. The best known are those made by the cloistered nuns of the monastery of San Bartomeu.
Sweet of round form, formed by a mass rolled in spiral. It is made in wood ovens with flour, sugar, yeast, eggs and butter. The name comes from this last ingredient. It is the best-known sweet in Mallorca and in Inca there are excellent bakeries and pastry shops where you can try it, such as the Sant Francesc or Can Delante ovens, which bear the seal of the Regulatory Council of the Ensaimada de Mallorca PGI. It is also common in cafés to accompany coffee with milk with an individual ensaimada. We can find it alone or with different fillings: cream, nougat, cream and, of course, with angel hair.
Sweet rectangular tablet shape, made of honey, sugar, cinnamon and almonds. If the almonds are ground is called loose nougat, if they are whole, hard. In Inca, and in its bakeries, we find the specialty “turrón fuerte de Inca”, which is consumed all year round, but especially at Christmas can not be missing at any table.
Sobrasadas mallorquinas can be found in any Inca butcher’s shop. A good option is to go to the covered market in the centre. And if you also want to try other sausages, Can Company in Inca is a good option to taste and buy a selection of quality.
At Can Cama Rotja, depending on the season, you can enjoy products such as plums, pomegranates, oranges or lemons. Guests have access to the orchard from where they can select and try some of these products directly from the tree.
Can Cama Rotja.
Diseminado Poligono 9, 394, 07300 Inca, Illes Balears