Mexico has an old and valuable tradition of creating carefully crafted wooden toys decorated with vibrant colors. It is no coincidence that Mexico is the world’s third largest producer of toys after China and Spain 🤹♀️💀🇲🇽🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
Among the mountains, coffee plantations, and tree-like ferns, in the Mexican state of Puebla, there is a unique village covered with cobblestone streets, surrounded by white buildings and filled with numerous stairs that during the mornings are covered with fog, discover the beautiful Cuetzalan 🏔☕💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
Chiapas coffee can be divided mainly into two kinds: “Arabica” grain, with a sweeter and more aromatic flavor; and “La Robusta” with a stronger and bitter flavor ☕💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
12 days after Christmas comes ¡The Rosca! Mexican families reunite to celebrate the Epiphany and enjoy the Rosca de Reyes, a delicious sweet bread with dried fruit and sugar paste commonly accompanied with hot chocolate 👑🥯☕️💀🇲🇽 #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
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2019 is the year of #cafecito prepare to meet the good authentic mexican coffee and more... 😍☕💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito . . . . . .
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One of the new year rituals that is performed after eating the twelve grapes is the suitcase ritual, you have to walk with a suitcase, this to attract more trips in the year that we just received 💀🇲🇽 #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
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In Mexico is well known that to have 12 months of good luck and prosperity it is necessary to eat a grape with the sound of each midnight new years bell ✨🍇💀🇲🇽 #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
The famous Bengalas! This flare lights are carried when asking for posada to represent the illumination of the road, the light that guides the pilgrims ✨🎄 🇲🇽🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
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This is the smell of Christmas in Mexico: Ponche ☕️🎄 Mexican hot fruit punch is made with tejocotes (Mexican hawthorn), guavas, apples, and other fruit, the drink is flavored with cinnamon and sweetened with piloncillo. This is a wonderfully warming beverage, whether taken with or without "piquete" (a splash of alcohol) 🎄💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
An iconic element of our culture is the Piñata, a decorated clay or papier-mâché jar filled with sweets used in the posadas for entertainment. The piñata is often decorated like a ball with seven peaks around it pikes representing the 'Seven deadly sins' 🎊 💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .
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✨ El Nacimiento ✨ Mexico is well-known for our over-the-top Nativity scene. While many houses will lay out their own interpretation, town centres also go mad for the tradition, with many places creating huge replicas of the manger, surrounded by animals, the Three Kings and shepherds. Baby Jesus, the undeniable main attraction, isn’t added until December 24th 👪✨👼💀🇲🇽 #christmas#cafecito . . . . . .
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There is an old Mexican legend about how Poinsettias and Christmas came together, it goes like this: 🌺 There was once a poor mexican girl called Pepita who had no present to give to baby Jesus at the Christmas Eve Services. As Pepita walked to the chapel, sadly, her cousin Pedro tried to cheer her up. 'Pepita!', he said "I'm sure that even the smallest gift, given by someone who loves him will make Jesus happy." 🌺 Pepita didn't know what she could give, so she picked a small handful of plants from the roadside and made them into a ...
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Mexican Christmas = Posadas! 🎊🕯🌠🎄 From December 16th to Christmas Eve, children often perform the 'Posada' processions or Posadas. Posada is spanish for Inn or Lodging. There are nine Posadas. These celebrate the part of the Christmas story where Joseph and Mary looked for somewhere to stay. For the Posadas, the outside of houses are decorated with evergreens, moss and paper lanterns 🎄💀🇲🇽️ #cafecito#mexicanpower . . . . . .