Mexico is increasingly known worldwide for the celebration of the Day of the Dead. This is a special date for Mexicans since we remember with joy -and a certain longing, of course- all those people who were in our lives and that we now miss.
One of the most wonderful holidays of the year is approaching: Christmas! And well, companies start organizing their traditional Mexican Posada.
We had the opportunity to talk with Mr. Servado Calderón, Sauza's CEO, about the award he was about to receive from the Council of Industrial Chambers of Jalisco.
This is what he shared with us:
Let me introduce myself, I'm chef Karla Irlette Castro Reynoso, Executive Chef of La Cueva de Don Cenobio, Sauza's Reaturant. I will tell you about one of the most important dates for us Mexicans, the night of September 15th, in which we shout "Long live Mexico!" to remember the one who started the battle for the Independence of Mexico, priest Miguel Hidalgo.
Are you organizing your Mexican Independence party and need ideas? There are several things that you can do so it becomes a night that your family and friends will always remember. Here are our suggestions!
My name is Melina Alfaro and I'm a part of the Casa Sauza team. In this blog, I will tell you about the History of Mexico, specifically about what happened on September 15th, 1810 and the way we celebrate this date at Sauza.
Mexicans and Parties
We all know that Mexicans love to party, or as we call it, have a fiesta. Any excuse will do! Our cousin is moving to live abroad? Fiesta. He's back? Fiesta. The family's old spinster is getting married? Fiesta. Our niece finished her studies? Fiesta. Is it Friday? Fiesta. Is it Wednesday? Fiesta. In other words, we have more than enough excuses to celebrate with our families and friends.
Beam Suntory and Responsible Intake of Alcohol
Is your wedding happening during 2019-202? Would you like to know the latest trends for this season? I gladly share some new and fresh ideas with you: