Herbal Drinks

  En 1865, en el corazón de Tlaxiaco –ciudad perteneciente a la Mixteca alta en Oaxaca– se fundó La Parroquia, una de las pocas boticas activas del país,…

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(Español) Licor de tejocote.

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Bupu

  Bupu es una palabra en Zapoteco que en español significa espuma de cacao. Esta bebida tradicional de la región del Istmo de Tehuantepec se caracteriza por la…

Banana atole

  Después de un recorrido de 15 minutos en carro a través de una zona selvática cerca de la playa Cacaluta en Huatulco, llegué a un rancho donde…

Cocol

  El cocol o coco loco es una bebida refrescante tradicional que se prepara en las costas de Oaxaca. Las personas aquí la consumen con mucha frecuencia ya…

Mango atole

  When we think of atole  perhaps we can imagine the drink we drink to take away the cold, wich have a thick consistency and sometimes people  accompanied…

Tepache with red part 2

  To make the tepache pulque is needed as the main base. It is bought from the pulqueras in the center of the town or ordered on request…

Tepache with red part 1

  The tepache is a ceremonial and sacred drink for the Mixes the indigenous community of the Northwest of Oaxaca. The families of Santa María Tlahuitoltepec prepare it…

Pulque of Tlahuitoltepec

  From very early in the morning begins the work of Luciana Pérez Vázquez who from 5 years old helps her parents in the extraction of aguamiel to…

Pozol of San Sebastián Coatlán, Oaxaca.

  Currently there are more than five regional drinks with the name of pozol and the most popular contains cocoa and is made in Chiapas and Tabasco. Of…

T E J A T E

  Recently I was thinking that of all the cities I have visited, my favorite city is Oaxaca. Without doubting, the state of Oaxaca has everything that I…