Abuelita Atole (Mexican Chocolate Drink)
— Atole is the historic name in Mexico for this delicious and popular
beverage. Our Abuelita Atole adds the unmistakable flavor of
chocolate and cinnamon which is so traditional in the Mexican cuisine.
Agua de Jamaica
Agua Fresca — Agua frescas (Spanish: water refreshments) are popular in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean and are made from fruits blended with sugar and water to make a non-alcoholic beverage.
Agua Fresca de Fruta
Agua Fresca de Melon — The combination of sweet watermelon, white grape juice and tart lime juice creates a delicious fruit-cooler just in time for your next fiesta.
Agua Fresca de Tamarindo — This is the perfect drink on a really hot summer day in the Southwest. Agua fresca is thirst-quenching, has more nutritive value than tea or water, and, with no caffeine or alcohol, you can drink lots of it without worrying. Kids love it, and it goes great with hot and spicy food, too!
Agua Fresca Sandia
Apple Frappe — This is a delightful fall and winter recipe straight from Mexico!
Atole — Atole is also known as atol and atol de elote. It's a traditional hot corn- and masa-based beverage of Mesoamerican origin. Chocolate atole is known as champurrado or atole. It is typically accompanied with tamales and is very popular during the Christmas holiday season (Las Posadas).
Cafe con Leche Granizado — Delight in the icy, smooth texture of this delicious recipe for Café con Leche Granizado. With creamy chocolate mocha and a hint of cinnamon, this blended coffee drink is the perfect addition to festivities. Made in just minutes, this Latin treat will add a refreshing flair to any fiesta.
Champurrado — This is a very thick pre-Columbian beverage, still made in Mexico today.
Nogales Margarita — Cross the border from Nogales, Arizona, into Nogales, Mexico, and this is what you'll be served when you order a margarita.
Mexican Eggnog (Rompope)