Category Archives: Culinary Adventures

Excellence Riviera Cancun additions

On one of our previous posts we shared with you photos of the new looking of The Grill and The Lobster restaurant. Now we are very excited to share with you more photos but this time of the new additions at … Continue reading

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How to taste coffee

The most important measure of coffee quality is flavour. For that reason, coffees are assessed for taste at every stage of their journey, most importantly when the coffee is graded in the country of origin and when it is sold … Continue reading

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Excellence Autumn Events

As we enjoy the last days of Summer, we are getting ready for our Autumn festivities! Here you are a sample of the activities we will have! Halloween Friday, October 31st 2014. When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Excellence Tequila Recipes II

Tequila is actually more versatile than you think. Here in mexico is very popular to drink it straight, however there are countless ways to prepare it as a cocktail. Last time we shared with you 3 basic Tequila recipes: Margarita, … Continue reading

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Facts about Tequila

Did you know the Tequila was North America’s first distilled beverage and also its first commercially produced alcohol? The Aztec people had previously made a fermented beverage from the agave plant, which they called octli – later called pulque (long before the Spanish arrived in 1521). When the Spanish conquistadors ran out of their own brandy, they … Continue reading

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Excellence Resorts Rum recipes

Any serious lover of rum cannot think of it without thinking about the Caribbean. Whether or not rum originated in this region of the world or not, most serious rum fans agree that the Caribbean is the spiritual birthplace of … Continue reading

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