|Alternative names||Pico dulce, pirulí, chupirul|
|Cookbook: Pirulín Media: Pirulín|
In Argentina, this candy used to be very popular and sold in the streets and squares by the pirulineros, who can be considered a kind of peddlers specializing in this kind of candy. However, nowadays it is most commonly found in certain supermarkets specializing in sweets and also in a few "kioscos".
Other names for pirulín:
- Chile: pico dulce.
- Mexico: pirulí or chupirul (the latter name is a result of the success of the trademark used by Luxus).