MEXICAN DRINKS WITH A FLAVOR

Purepecha therapists are profound connoisseurs of a vast medicinal flora, both from the lake region and the vast P'urhépecha plateau of the state of Michoacán as well as from other regions of Mexico.

Originally in pre-Hispanic times, tepache (tepatli) was made with corn, since its name comes from the Nahuatl language and means "corn drink". Later, corn was replaced by fruits, resulting in the ideal pineapple and its peel.

Mexico's beer sector is an indispensable area for economic development. However, as of April, all work had to be stopped due to mandatory confinement. This situation would continue until June, when the activity was gradually returned with special protocols.

The flower of Jamaica (the hibiscus) is a small flower that belongs to the tulip family. This plant can grow as a shrub about 3 m high. It is a cardoon flower, each flower has approximately seven petals and the plant has long thorns surrounding the flower and stem, the flower is red, 3 to 4 cm long.

Machacado is a rich dessert well known in the southern peninsula of Mexico, especially in Chetumal, Quintana Roo, and Merida, Yucatan. It is clear that, due to the high temperatures of these places, it had to be something fresh, and indeed it is. But it is not only refreshing, it is also sweet, delicious, and full of textures and color....

Mexican convivialities are very popular and surely when we have a few drinks with friends, we feel like having something with an extra touch. To please those sophisticated tastes there is nothing like a "pomegranate paloma" - a cocktail with pomegranate and tequila.

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.

Mexico is one of the Latin American countries that are on the radar of the best wine producers. The work of Mexican wineries is getting better every day; from Queretaro, Durango, San Luis Potosi, Zacatecas, Sonora, Coahuila, Chihuahua, Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Puebla, and Baja California arise incredible grapes to produce delicious and...