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Archives: May 2014

Onilikan’s Myrtle Berry Liqueur

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Sinaloa’s agricultural vocation provides us with a variety of raw material for making liqueurs, all of them of very high quality including the delicious myrtles berries (arrayanes), today’s topic.  Before coming to Sinaloa I had heard of but never seen a myrtle fruit.

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From Tequila the Mezcal?

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Once upon a time it was easy to know what was what you were getting when you ordered a mezcal; if you asked for a mezcal from tequila you got a mezcal made ​​in the town of Santiago de Tequila in the State of Jalisco, where only blue agave is grown.

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Coffee and its liqueurs; more Mexican traditions

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Apparently the global spread of cultivation and consumption of coffee began in the Ethiopian province of Kaffa and by the XV century

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Using Mango Liqueur in the kitchen

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Onilikan, Artisanal Liqueurs of Mazatlan, Mango liqueur is 100% natural product, made using the best of the best of Mexican mangoes that as a matter of fact are grown in Southern Sinaloa, precisely where our company is located. Our production process was specially developed to preserve the delicate aromas and flavors of the mango.

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Molli-Mole-Guacamole

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In pre-Hispanic times, the náhuatl word “molli o mulli” was the generic name for a number of sauces.

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