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Mexico’s ancient drink makes a comeback

An ancestor of tequila that’s at least 2,000-year-old, pulque is enjoying renewed popularity – despite the warnings that accompany it.
Read more… 28 November 2014

Revisiting Mexico City’s forgotten cantinas

A cleaner and safer city centre has given 100-year-old bars a new lease on life.
Read more… 06 May 2011

Tour the old bars of Mexico City

Clustered around the historic centre of Mexico City are hundreds of old and crumbling cantinas. Following years of neglect, the cantinas and city centre are now staging a comeback.
06 May 2011

The return of Mexico’s national nectar

Pulque, a uniquely Mexican drink, is experiencing a resurgence as younger drinkers discover the camaraderie found inside Mexico City’s pulquerías.
Read more… 03 May 2011

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