These cat cafes in Mexico will not only make you fall in love with kittens but also enjoy unique dishes and fun activities.
Embarking on a journey through the vibrant tapestry of Mexico’s culinary landscape is an adventure that tantalizes the taste buds and transports the senses to a realm of rich traditions and spirited celebrations.
Nestled within the enchanting highlands of central Mexico, the charming colonial town of San Miguel de Allende is a place where history, art, and culture converge.
Today, we’ll explore some of the best and most popular wines in Mexico. Amidst sprawling vineyards, against a backdrop of breathtaking landscapes, Mexico’s wine industry has flourished and gained recognition on the international stage.
Mexico has numerous non-alcoholic drinks for all tastes thanks to the enormous variety of fruits, leaves, flowers, roots, bark, and other natural ingredients used for their preparation.
If you want to become an expert in preparing mezcal cocktails, keep reading this article, where I will show you some of the best drinks made with this trendy Mexican spirit.
If you are a fan of mezcal, tequila, or any other agave-distilled beverage, you will surely like Comiteco, a 500-year-old drink from Comitan, a municipality in the state of Chiapas.
By tradition, custom, celebration, and even work, a cantina in Mexico is the meeting point and the perfect excuse to get together and leave behind, at least for a few hours, the hectic daily life and forget it all.
Mezcal is a traditional Mexican drink gradually gaining worldwide popularity, attracting many people’s interest. However, as with any other distillate, Mezcal is quite strong and possesses a delicate smoky note that should be carefully appreciated.
This spicy and citrusy chaser, sangrita (diminutive word for blood), is and has been since the 1920s a partner, compadre, and inseparable friend of tequila.