Molecular Mixology

Molecular Mixology is the term applied to the process of creating cocktails using the equipment and techniques of molecular gastronomy.

These methods enable the creation of greater intensities and varieties of flavour combinations and different ways of presenting drinks; for example, using gels, powders, foams, atomised sprays etc., as well as affecting the appearance of the cocktail.

DSC08297Enjoy this tasty and amazing drinks in our Excellence Club Lounge at Excellence Riviera Cancun and Excellence Playa MujeresEveryday, a diferent flavour!

The greatest part is that besides exploring the Molecular Mixology, you will be tasting the fresh local ingredients we use to prepare the cocktails. So when visiting us, don’t miss your daily molecular drink every day after noon in the Excellence Club.

If you are willing to know more about the Molecular Mixology process, have a look to this videos. They are very illustrative!

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About Excellence Group

Excellence Group Luxury Hotels & Resorts is a resort group specialized in hotel management. The company’s product lines are: Excellence Resorts, All Inclusive Luxury, Adults-Only Resorts; Beloved Hotels, All Inclusive Luxury, Boutique Style Hotels and Finest Resorts, All Inclusive Luxury Resorts that accommodate guests of all ages.
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One Response to Molecular Mixology

  1. Jane Kulbida says:

    What an awesome video. Unfortunately when we visit in Feb 2015 we aren’t staying in EC.

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