Christmas Traditions in Mexico
There are many classic traditions surrounding Christmas in Mexico. Christmas is not just a single day, but a whole season of Christmas-related celebrations which stretches from December 16th through January 6th.
Mexico is full of traditions and flavors. When winter arrives, Mexican cuisine is prepared with rich and delicious Christmas fruit punch. This drink is traditional during Christmas holidays as its preparation consists of using seasonal fruits full of nutrients.
Temporary Rental Property Insurance with Hosting Services.
This is insurance designed to cover the responsibilities that arise from properties used for temporary rental and lodging through portals or applications in the sharing or collaborative economy. The insurance compensates the property owner for liability to a third party, for damage or injury caused unintentionally during the rental period. It includes the following coverages.
Mandarin a great tasting seasonal fruit in Mexico with health benefits
The mandarin in considered the most abundant citrus fruit in Mexico and the most popular in the winter season. This fruit is characterized by its high level of Vitamin C and contains large amounts of other beneficial properties for our health and its use in cosmetics.
Bread of the dead, Mexican tradition.
During the "Day of the Dead" this bread is considered a festive bread in Mexico and the most popular in its gastronomy. It is currently made from wheat, with a slight orange flavor and coated with sugar. It is commonly used as an offering on the altar of the dead on November 1st and 2nd.