These cool drinks 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
A non-alcoholic drink from Mexico made with watermelon (sandia).
Horchata is a Hispanic drink made from white rice. This variation is made with coconut milk and cinnamon.
History This drink is a favorite in the taverns of Old San Juan, this cool, smooth beverage reflects this unique city's rich 500-year history and blends the best of Pureto Rico's sweet island flavors with a Spanish accent all its own.
A Margarita, Puerto Rico style. A chile syrup is made from sugar, jalapenos and water, then mixed with tequila, pineapple and lime juice.
A non-alcoholic version of this frozen margarita.