The festival I love Mexico, made by Mayakoba Rosewoodcelebrates his second edition. In this meeting, which celebrates Mexican gastronomy and culture, you will be able to enjoy spirits, wines, design and various activities for promote what is made in Mexico. Photos: Courtesy.
The first edition of this event was held in 2019 as a One weekend experience. For this 2022, the festival evolved and will be present every March Weekends, With various activations during the week, until the month of April. In addition to enjoy its gastronomy, this time will be held focused activities Alabama physical and spiritual well-being, sustainability and social responsibility.
“In Rosewood Mayakoba we seek initiatives to respect and celebrate the location of the property: the Maya riviera. From idea of further promoting the country, its cultural wealth, from there he was born festival i love mexico. We wanted to put our grain of sand to change negative narrative that was held abroad what does mexico mean«, he shared with us christian gonzalez, director of sales and marketing for Rosewood Mayakoba.
What activities will Yo amo México have?
The next April 28, Andrea Muñoz, chocolatier of sustainable products, and the chocolate spirit guide of Rosewood Mayakoba, will hold a class where You will be able to know the history behind this delicacy. Just as the ancestral preparation of cocoa, made by the Mayans and his evolution as a fundamental part of Mexican cuisine. Here you will enjoy of tastings and practical activities.
The April 29-30, Tru Miller, founder of the Adobe Guadalupe Winery, will perform a tasting of their wines in Zapote Bar, paired with dishes by chef Roberto Solís.
Meanwhile he first weekend of april, Dear Garza, from Winery Vinas de Garza of Valle de Guadalupe, and the chief Drew Deckman, from Deckman’s in Valle de GuadalupeThey will join in a series of events called The Best of Baja California.
party with a cause
As in its first edition, the funds raised at the festival i love mexico will be donated to K’iin Well Education Center, a local bilingual school funded by the Rosewood Mayakoba community.
All festival activities I love Mexico they will be of free access for guests. But if you are external visitor, You can pay for the activity that you like the most. Ready to enjoy and say I love Mexico? Price per activity: from $125 USD. I G: @rwmayakoba
We also invite you to learn more about Zapote bar: energy and drinks at Rosewood Mayakoba.