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Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya First Hilton All-Inclusive to Introduce La Mezcaleria

by Kimberly Krol Inlander

Nov 1, 2022

© Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort

Food & Drink

Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort opened La Mezcaleria, a signature mezcal bar and the first of its kind in Hilton’s all-inclusive portfolio. The mezcal bar offers a selection of mezcals authentic to Mexico, and is the newest addition to the property’s 13 concept-driven culinary and beverage venues.

 

“We are so pleased [to] introduce La Mezcaleria as a new beverage experience that is rooted in Mexican tradition,” said Felix Schlokat, general manager, Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort. “La Mezcaleria is the perfect addition to the resort, and we are excited for guests to be able to taste such a wide variety of local offerings.”

 

Hilton Tulum

© Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort

 

La Mezcaleria sits on the terrace of the resort’s Maxal restaurant, and features 13 different mezcals for guests to try, including:

 

  • Siglo Cero Pox (Chiapas)
  • Raicilla Saité Joven (Jalisco)
  • Destilado de Agave Yuyank, Espadín Caja Artesanal
  • Destilado de Agave Yuyank, Coyote Caja Artesanal
  • Raicilla Barranca de Jalpa
  • Sin Pena Mezcal
  • Mezcal Tribal Ensamble
  • Mezcal a Medios Chiles, Espadín con Hormiga Chicatana
  • Mezcal Destreza, Tobalá
  • Mezcal Destreza Tobalá Botella con Arte Huichol
  • Mezcal Destreza, Espadín
  • Mezcal Destreza, Espadín Botella con Arte Huichol
  • Mezcal Bosscal, Cenizo Destilado con Damiana
  • Destilado de Agave Gozona, Tobasiche

 

Maxal

© Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort

 

“At Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort, we are always looking for unique and unrepeatable experiences for our guests.” said Santiago Riviera, managing director, Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya All-Inclusive Resort. “The guest experience is our top priority and it’s a privilege to be first to share this exclusive experience.”

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