Typical Mexican Drinks
The classic Margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, triple sec (such as Cointreau), lemon juice or lime.
It is usually served with salt on the rim of the glass. You might enjoy it shaken with ice (on the rocks), blended with ice (frozen margarita), or without ice (straight up).
The drink is mostly served in the typical Margarita glass resembling an inverted sombrero hat.
The top 26 Margarita Recipes:
Xtabentún is an authentic and original liqueur from the Yucatan Peninsula.
It is an anise liqueur made from anise seed, and fermented honey produced by honey bees from the nectar of xtabentún flowers. Then Rum is added to the anise and honey mixture. It has a sweet taste and is delicious either as a shot - icecold. Or in combination with a good Mexican coffee.
A michelada is 1 inch of lime juice, and assorted sauces, spices, and peppers in a beer glass and filled up with a Mexican beer.
It is a summer beer cocktail and served in a chilled, salt-rimmed glass.
There are numerous variations of this beverage of which one is the Ojo Rojo
Some people in Mexico believe the Ojo Rojo is a good remedy for hangovers.
First dip ice cold glasses in water then salt around the rim.
Then pour 1/4 cup Clamato juice (has mainly tomoato juice), 1/2 dash lime juice, 1/2 dash soy sauce, 1/2 dash Tabasco, and 1/2 dash Worcestershire sauce in glass.
Fill up half way with ice and the rest with the beer of your choice. Garnish with lime wedges.
Almost every restaurant offeres fresh made lemonade - consisting of lime juice sugar and the choice of natural or sparkling water.
It is called "limonada". The same drink made with orange juice is called "naranjada".
They are very refreshing drink on a hot sunny day.
Aguas frescas are a combination of fruits, cereals, flowers, or seeds blended with sugar and water to make light non-alcoholic beverages.
They are popular all over Mexico and served in about every restauarnt or bar on the island. The chain "Flor de Michoacana" sells them in top fresh quality all over Cozumel.
Flavors are: naranja (oranges), jamaica (hibiscus), tamarindo, horchata, pitaya (dragon fruit), ect.
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