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MEXICAN DRINKS: 20 BEST MEXICAN BEVERAGES AND NON ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN MEXICO

We will write about Mexican drinks with the best 20 Mexican beverages. There are also non alcoholic drinks in Mexico like refreshing juices that are a must to try. Mexico is known for its flavors, whether you’re looking for an aged tequila or a satisfying mocktail prepared with tropical juices. Read here Mexican food, traditional Mexican breakfast and vegetarian food in Mexico

Mexican cuisine is known for its delectable food specialties that are bursting with rich, distinct flavors, but its beverages have just as much to offer! Apart from what to drink in Mexico the prices on average a coffee can cost $2 USD, a beer and wine $2-3 USD and for dinks like cocktails expect to pay around $4-5 USD depending how fancy is the bar and the restaurant in Mexico. Read here Cancun packing list, best restaurants in Oaxaca, best restaurants in Tijuana, best restaurants in Guadalajara, best restaurants in Tulum and best restaurants in Merida

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WHERE TO STAY IN CANCUN

A total of $20 USD would be the range of your budget for accommodation in Cancun. There are hotels mid- budget for $50-70 USD and you can find luxury accommodation starting from $120 USD.

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MEXICAN DRINKS: 20 BEST MEXICAN BEVERAGES AND NON ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN MEXICO

MEXICAN BEVERAGES: ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN MEXICO

1. MARGARITA

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Margarita is one of the most popular Mexican drinks. Margarita is a cocktail made with tequila, orange liqueur, and lemon juice, and it is usually served with salt on the glass’s rim. Margarita is best served in blended or shaken with ice!

2. MICHELADA

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Michelada is a traditional one of the Mexican drinks composed with tomato juice, beer, and spices. The michelada is a great brunch cocktail or even to serve with your preferred Mexican party meals!

3. MEZCAL

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Mezcal is a distilled alcohol manufactured from the same agave plant that produces tequila. Mezcal is derived from the Nahuatl words metl and ixcalli, which describe oven-cooked agave.

4. PALOMA

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Paloma is a famous Mexican cocktail prepared with tequila added with grapefruit juice and sometimes flavored soda. The paloma is a refreshing tequila cocktail that’s simple to make!

5. TEQUILA OLD FASHIONED

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Tequila Old Fashioned is a drink for dedicated tequila fans that just takes a few minutes to prepare. Tequila is very well famous for being the origin of the blue agave plant, that is used to make the beverage.

6. KAHLUA

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Kahlua is a Mexican coffee liquor that is rich, dark, and perfect. Despite being a liqueur, kahlua is incredibly adaptable and may be drunk in a variety of ways, making it appropriate for a range of events.

7. CARAJILLO

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Carajillo is a spiked hot coffee cocktail served after diner. This carajillo, a coffee drink is served with espresso, although any really strong coffee would suffice.

8. VAMPIRO

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Vampiro is a liquor that contains fruit juice, spices, fruit soda, fresh lemon juice, and tequila. The Vampiro has a fruity, spicy, mildly carbonated flavor.

MEXICAN DRINKS: NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS IN MEXICO

9. SANGRÍA SEÑORIAL

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Since 1960, Mezgo S.A de C.V. has been producing Sangría Señorial, a Mexico’s original Sangra-flavored soft drink. Sangría Señorial is non-alcoholic Sangria flavor is distinctive and pleasant.

10. HORCHATA

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Horchata is a rice-based sweetened Mexican beverage. Horchata is produced by soaking white rice with cinnamon sticks in water for an overnight soak. Following the removal of the rice and cinnamon, the residual liquid is sweetened with vanilla, sugar, and ground cinnamon.

11. AGUAS FRESCAS

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Agua fresca is a refreshing fruit drink that is widely consumed in Mexico. Agua fresca is produced simply by combining fruit with some water, sugar, and lime juice. 

12. CHAMOYADA

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Chamoyada is a famous Mexican beverage made from fresh mangos as well as chamoy sauce. Chamoyada is a staple of Mexican cuisine, and it’s also popular in areas of the US where there’s a large Mexican-American community.

13. SANGRITA

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Sangrita is a traditional chaser for tequila shots. Sangrita is a non-alcoholic companion to a shot of straight tequila blanco that showcases the tequila’s crisp acidity and refreshes the tongue in each peppery sip.

14. TEJUINO

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Tejuino is a cool drink prepared from fermented corn that is popular in Mexico’s Jalisco and Chihuahua regions. Tejuino is typically produced with the same corn dough that is used to make tortillas and tamales. 

15. JARRITOS GUAVA SODA

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Jarritos Guava Soda is a flavorful and refreshing Mexican beverage made entirely of natural sugar. Jarritos Guava Soda is perfect for a hot summer day when served over ice!

16. TEPACHE

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Tepache, also known as pineapple beer is a fermented drink made from pineapple peel and rind that is flavored with brown sugar, mixed with powdered cinnamon. Street sellers commonly sell Tepache as a chilled beverage.

17. TOPO CHICO

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Topo Chico Hard Seltzer is a brand of Molson Coors Beverage Company. Topo Chico sparkling mineral water has a long and illustrious history in northern Mexico.

18. JUGO VERDE

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Jugo Verde is made with fresh pineapple, spinach, cucumber, and nopales, it is an all-natural, anti-inflammatory cold pressed juice from Mexico. Jugo Verde can heal and relieves your body!

19. AGUA DE JAMAICA

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Agua de Jamaica or also referred as hibiscus water is a popular agua fresca in Mexico to drink with a mid-day meal. Agua de Jamaica is sweet, tangy, wonderful, and a truly refreshing beverage all at once.

20. CHAMPURRADO

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Champurrado is a warmed Mexican beverage made by mixing milk, chocolate, piloncillo, and cinnamon. Champurrado is smooth, rich, chocolatey, and creamy when it’s done.

WHERE TO STAY IN MEXICO

A total of $20 USD would be the range of your budget for accommodation in Mexico. There are hotels mid- budget for $50-70 USD and you can find luxury accommodation starting from $120 USD.

CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR ACCOMMODATION IN MEXICO BEFORE YOUR TRIP WITH BOOKING.

BEST TIME TO VISIT IN MEXICO

There are 2 season dry and wet season. Rainy season starts in May. The best time to visit Mexico is from the months of November to April because it is the months of dry season. However, lots of tourists prefer to travel from January to March since it’s not peak season but it can be rainy for a few days.

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Hope you liked our Mexican drinks blog post. Let us know if we missed any drinks in Mexico and which one is your favorite one in the list of Mexican beverages.

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Happy Travels!

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. Now based in the Philippines!

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