Jaritos is a Mexican soda with a light carbonation and notes of zingy ginger and vanilla. This delicious drink is made from all-natural cane sugar and never contains high-fructose corn syrup, so it’s great for hot summer days. Besides being a great drink on its own, Jarritos also makes an excellent mixer for unique cocktails and mocktails. Here’s how to make a Jarritos drink:
Choose A Flavour Or Two And Experiment
A Jarritos is a popular Mexican soda that comes in a glass bottle. The name translates to “little jugs” and is best sold individually in Mexican restaurants. Jarritos comes in a case of 24 12.5-oz. bottles and can be displayed in an open merchandiser or reach-in refrigerator. It is also poured into a glass at an eat-in establishment.
Don Francisco Hill, a Mexican native, envisioned making Mexican-made sodas. Hill wanted to capitalize on the taste potential of the agua fresca. While Hill didn’t use fruit flavors in the early stages of the company, he eventually introduced other flavors such as tamarind and lemon. His products became a staple in Mexico and across the world. Don Francisco Hill was an accomplished chemist and tinker and made his brand popular worldwide.
Jarritos can be purchased online or at selected convenience stores in Mexico and the United States. It is available at more than 50 percent of grocery stores in the United States. In the UK, Canada, and Australasia, it is widely distributed and easily available. In addition to its refreshing taste, it doesn’t contain alcohol. You can even enjoy a Jarritos while you’re cooking or washing your car.