When in Mexico, you should really try – French food? Yes, that’s exactly what I’m recommending! Belleville Panaderia Francesa is a French bakery located in the heart of portside Puerto Morelos, Mexico on Ninos Heroes street. It’s unassuming, modern exterior belies the exquisite delights that await you.
When you come to Mexico, I highly recommend coming to smaller towns like Puerto Morelos and seeking out events and restaurants that are local and serve authentic Mexican food. The flavors will speak for themselves. One such place in Puerto Morelos is El Charro.
Successful Fundraiser at La Sirena - September 3, 2023Exitosa recaudación de fondos en La Sirena - 3 de septiembre de 2023On Sunday, September 3rd, 2023, Experience Puerto Morelos hosted a successful mural fundraiser called “A Night in Spain” at La Sirena in Puerto...
Greetings to all the food enthusiasts and aficionados of authentic flavors! Nestled in the heart of Puerto Morelos, where culinary tradition meets the freshness of the sea, stands an establishment that embodies excellence in meats and seafood: Carnes y Mariscos del Puerto!
As Latin American Independence Days align with Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a harmonious resonance emerges. This month-long celebration, spanning from September 15th to October 15th, honors the diverse contributions of Latino communities. The convergence of these celebrations is a reminder that unity is the common thread that binds Latinos together,
Keep Your Puerto Morelos Home in Top Shape! Hey there, folks of Puerto Morelos! If you've got a house in this beautiful corner of the Riviera Maya, you probably know how important it is to take care of it and keep it in great condition so it remains your haven of...
La Sirena is an iconic restaurant, recognized by The Rooftop Guide as one of the 13 best rooftops in Mexico. They offer a wide variety of food, from Mediterranean to Mexican to American, as well as delicious cocktails. They also have a rooftop with stunning ocean views, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy a meal, a drink and live music.
Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting La Choza del Puerto again, a casual dining restaurant nestled in the port side of the charming coastal town of Puerto Morelos. From breakfast to dinner, La Choza offers an extensive menu that caters to all tastes and...
The main difference between the flavor profiles of tequila and mezcal lies in their production methods and regional specificity. Tequila is a type of mezcal made exclusively from the blue agave plant and produced primarily in Los Altos de Jalisco using industrial ovens for cooking, resulting in a cleaner taste. Mezcal, which includes various agave types, is made in various regions of Mexico, including Oaxaca and Michoacán. It uses traditional methods of roasting the agave in underground pits, giving it a smoky flavor and a wider range of tastes. Tequila often has vibrant agave flavors with hints of citrus and herbs, while mezcal can have earthy, fruity, or floral notes along with the smokiness. Keep in mind that flavors can vary between brands and types within tequila and mezcal, so exploring different options will give you a better understanding of their unique tastes.
n the world of premium spirits, high-end tequila and mezcal rise above the rest, tantalizing the taste buds with their unparalleled depth of flavor and artisanal craftsmanship. From the earthy and smoky allure of mezcal to the smooth and refined elegance of tequila, these spirits embody the true essence of indulgence, making them the perfect companions for those seeking a truly extraordinary drinking experience. So raise your glass, savor the moment, and let the rich heritage and distinctive character of these exceptional spirits transport you to a world of pure sophistication and pleasure. Stay tuned for our fourth and final post in our tequila and mezcal series where we’ll share more about the flavor profile and some tasty cocktail recipies using tequila and mezcal.