6 Traditional Kinds of Booze in Mexico City (and Where to Get a Taste)

May 18, 2017 at 12:15:00 PM EDT | Post a Comment

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Everybody knows tequila, but it’s barely the tip of the agave plant when it comes to traditional alcoholic beverages in Mexico. While many of the regional specialties barely make it out of the homes they’re made in, Mexico City bars offer a unique opportunity to sample distinct, hard-to-find beverages not labeled for export. From the funky raicilla to the viscous pulque, here’s where to find the most interesting Mexican traditional alcohols in Mexico City.—Naomi Tomky

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