Chufa (Cyperus esculentus) a nutty tasting dried tuber grown predominantly in Spain. Chufas originated from the Nile River Delta in Egypt and were later taken to Spain by the Phoenicians. The tiger nuts are used to make this classic drink.
These cool drinks called aguas frescas are made with water, fruit and a sweetener (typically sugar) and are commonly served in Mexico by street vendors in barrel shaped clear jars called a vitrolero. You will also find them in many Mexican takeout restaurants. Aguas frescas are the drink of choice in most Mexican cantinas
Use fresh almond milk as a non-dairy substitute for milk. You can substitute cashew nuts for the almonds if you prefer. Nut milk does not store for more than 2-3 days so only make as much as can be used in that time period.
A non-alcoholic drink from Mexico made with jamaica flowers. Recipe from Rick Bayless "Authentic Mexican"
A non-alcoholic version of this frozen margarita.