These three traditional Mexican drinks are all made from the agave succulent but deliver different taste experiences
Mexican beer production began to grow and flourish in the late 19th century, and today Mexico is among the world's top beer producers
Is your tap water drink-able in Mexico? Well, it depends...
Diners in Mexico offer agreeable venues to enjoy an affordable meal from ample menus featuring Mexican favorites as well as international and special diet options
Mexico is the birthplace of cacao —chocolate was unknown to Europeans before Columbus arrived— and the esteemed crop has been an integral part of Mexico's history for centuries
Mexico's café culture has evolved over the years, adapting to changing tastes and trends, and today offers an ample choice of places to meet for refreshment
Independent regional Mexican brewers are making a noticeable comeback
To go with its ample choice of coffee shops, Mexico offers a wide selection of coffee choices
Finding "a decent cup of tea" in Mexico is tricky, but not impossible
Kahlua is a rich, dark and smooth coffee based liqueur drink from Mexico. Although it is a liqueur, it is extremely versatile and can be enjoyed in a variety of ways and thus lends itself to a wide choice of occasions.