MEXICAN DRINKS: DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES

Tequila is the Mexican distilled beverage par excellence; from a regional consumption and confidential production (i.e. low volume production); since 35 years ago, it has become a renowned beverage exported worldwide. And, despite its ancestral origin, some of the stages of the production process have remained almost unchanged; others have received...

Because of the health crisis, the authorities have imposed a shutdown on the production plants of the Mexican beer exporters. The measure, which does not affect other similar products, such as tequila, it can be said that the coronavirus has left Mexico without beer.

Chihuahua will host the most important wine competition in the world, Mexico Selection by Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, as part of the 25 congresses and conventions that were confirmed for this 2020.

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.