In the cantinas and cabarets of Puebla's Barrio del Artista, passionate discurso is fueled by unique menjurjes—homemade concoctions
created from a blend of native ingredients and local spirits.
One particularly popular menjurje created by the family Reyes was
the only one made from Puebla's signature crop: the beloved ancho
chile. Ancho Reyes is the original ancho chile liqueur—a smoky, heated celebración of the radical, the romantic, the Independiente inside us all.
Ancho Reyes Verde has a bright and herbal taste with notes of golden pineapple and a savory acidity finishing with the crisp, fresh heat of the poblano chile.
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