20 Authentic Drinks For Hispanic Heritage Month
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20 Authentic Hispanic And Latinx Drinks That Will Spice Up Your Fiesta For Hispanic Heritage Month

Meet your new go-to cocktail: Peruvian Chicha Morada

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20 Authentic Hispanic And Latinx Drinks That Will Spice Up Your Fiesta For Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month officially starts on September 15, but that doesn't mean you can't start celebrating now. Here are 20 authentic drink recipes that will undoubtedly be the highlight of your COVID-19 approved fiesta.

1. Paloma

Paloma Authentic Recipe | TasteAtlas

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2. Pulque

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3. Rompope

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4. Michelada

Taste Atlas

5. Horchata

Traditional Mexican Horchata | A Step by Step Recipe | Muy Delish

Muy Delish

6. Mangonada

Mexican Recipes by Muy Delish

Muy Delish

7. Cucumber Agua Fresca (Agua De Pepino)

Cucumber Agua Fresca (Agua De Pepino)

Muy Delish

8. Mexican Hot Chocolate

Homemade Mexican Hot Chocolate

Muy Delish

9. Atole De Avena (Oatmeal drink)

Atole De Avena (Oatmeal drink) Recipe

Muy Delish

10. Vino Navegado

Vino Navegado (Chilean Mulled Wine Recipe)

Muy Delish

11. Agua de Jamaica

How to make Agua de Jamaica

Muy Delish

12. Carajillo 43 Mexican Coffee

How To Make Carajillo 43 Mexican Coffee

The Tortilla Channel

13. Batidos

batidos. batidos. batidos! (the latin american milkshake!)

Toot Sweetness

14. Pisco Sour

Classics You Should Know: Pisco Sour

Liquor

15. Cuba Libre

The Cuba Libre Is Back

Liquor

16. Caipirinha

Classics You Should Know: The Caipirinha

Liquor

17. Canelazo

Ecuadorian Canelazo Is Like a South American Hot Toddy

The Spruce Eats

18. Peruvian Chicha Morada

How to Make Peruvian Chicha Morada

The Spruce Eats

19. Rebujito

Rebujito Cocktail | Summer Drinks Recipe

The Happy Foodie

20. Chilcano de Pisco

Try an Easy, Refreshing Chilcano de Pisco Cocktail

The Spruce Eats

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