The best alcoholic Mexican wedding drinks
This cocktail invented in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua is one of the most popular drinks for all types of celebrations. It is prepared with white tequila, orange liqueur, fresh lime juice and agave syrup. Margarita is usually garnished with a lime wheel and salt.
Paloma was invented in the 50s and became one of the most consumed drinks in the world. It is made with tequila, lime juice, grapefruit soda and simple syrup. It is garnished with salt or an orange wheel.
It is one of the most traditional cocktails. Charro Negro is a drink balanced with a sweet and robust flavor. It is prepared with tequila, lime juice, and Coca-cola.
This classic drink enhances beer’s flavor. With an origin in the middle of the 20th century, it is made of salt, pepper, fresh lime juice, Worcestershire & Tabasco sauce, and whichever Mexican light beer you like. It is garnished with a lime wedge or chili.
Mezcal was not used in cocktails for quite some time, but now the combinations with the liquor extracted from the agave plant have resulted in different drinks. One of them is called Mezcalita. It is prepared with mezcal, orange and lemon juice, agave syrup, and Angostura bitters. The cocktail is garnished with salt or chili powder.
This cocktail has a Mexican and twist that gives the original version a different flavor. Bloody Maria is prepared with tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce spices and tequila!
Mojito with mezcal
This beverage combines smoky, herbaceous and salty flavors. It is basically a mojito but with some variations that make it an exciting cocktail. This drink is made with lime juice, agave syrup, Mezcal, lime wedges, basil leaves and bacon salt rim of the glass coating.
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The origin of this cocktail is unclear. But Mimosa is very popular at Mexican weddings. It consists of champagne (or other sparkling wine) and chilled orange juice. The refreshing cocktail is often served in a tall flute.
According to folk etymology, Carajillo’s origin dates to the times when Cuba was a Spanish province. Also known as the coffee cocktail in Mexico, this drink is prepared with espresso, brandy, and ice cubes.
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It is an “agua fresca” commonly consumed in Mexico. Jamaica is water with sugar, infused with jamaica flowers.
This refreshing and popular drink is sweet, creamy, and milky. Horchata is made with rice, cinnamon, evaporated milk and sugar.
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