Bacanora is a distillate obtained from agaves and we could say that it is a close relative of tequila, mezcal, and raicilla. The difference between these drinks is the type of agave with which they are produced. Read more about its origins and how it is produced.

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The hot season is just around the corner, and it is common that during this period our body is prone to suffer discomfort from high ambient temperatures. To avoid health problems, body fluids lost through sweat, urine, and breathing must be replaced. And one strategy that is useful to stay well hydrated, considering good nutrition, is to know the...

The Mexican wine industry is suffering the ravages of the pandemic as its sales fell not only due to the closure of wineries, but also by the cancellation of wine tourism events, however, producers found a way to avoid a greater impact through e-commerce.

Pulque tells a story that is much older and more complex than that of its cousin liqueurs, which today is ignored and retains traces of social and cultural disrepute, the product of black legends that must be reversed in order to place it on the list of original national drinks.

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The first drink of a mezcal glass usually evokes, for those who know a little about the subject, the agave landscape of a region in a state like Oaxaca, Guerrero, Guanajuato, Michoacán, etc. Some people also think about the palenque or factory where the boiled maguey was processed to ferment it in wooden barrels and later distill the must, but...

The traditional fermented drinks that are still produced in Mexico and are generally characterized as follows: they are ancestral processes (before and after the Spanish conquest), they use different substrates of vegetable origin, they normally use rustic and traditional methods in which uncontrolled spontaneous fermentations occur, they are...

Drinks with a Mexican flavor

In Mexico, there is a vast legacy in the production and consumption of traditional beverages, some of which have even millennia of use among the cultures that preceded ours.

There is evidence of the formation of a "maguey culture", which has inherited for centuries the use of its fermented sap for the preparation of pulque drink, as well as in the cooking and distillation of the alcohol of the pineapple of some agaves, which have given the varieties of regional distillates of mezcal and tequila, representatives of the Mexican in the world.

Different perspectives of some traditional Mexican drinks that exist today
Different perspectives of some traditional Mexican drinks that exist today

There are other products with centuries-old roots associated with a ritual purpose, such as the indigenous drink of chocolate, which became popular in colonial times and is now a flourishing industry in the world.

The introduction of the Mediterranean vine, for the production of wine, is a Spanish heritage that has been welcomed as part of a national industry that aims to find out how to savor and combine its products with a good meal.