TULUMINATI, a quantum journey to Katún; time of the no time. A fusion of liquor of “MAGIC MUSHROOMS” and CBD, which will transport you to another dimension activating your consciousness to a deep connection with all your senses. Connecting your heart to the earth.
── LUNA ROSA ──
The pink Moon is inspired by April; the season when plants bloom as spring begins. One of the ingredients that we use in our cocktail is the bougainvillea flower, we let it infuse for 7 nights accompanied by rose quartz, which spiritually symbolizes growth, flourishing and the perfect opportunity to release anything that you no longer need.
── HOBOMBAK ──
In the old zama, the children had access to some horns that were a fruit of some old trees where the famous bak came down. They used them for fun, and even as an instrument.
── TEOBROMA CARAJILLO ──
The name of this cocktail comes from the cocoa fruit, a tree whose scientific name is THEOMBROMA CACAO. In ancient cultures cocoa is used as a stimulant. It has notes of bitter taste and ideal to lift you up.
── KAUYUMARI ──
The Deer is considered the messenger of the Gods and the creator of peyote and corn, which are elements with a great symbolic load and exclusive divine presence.
── KE'EL HA' ──
Ke’el Ha’ means cold water and this cocktail is inspired by the clarity of Tulum´s cenotes, our clarification is in honor of these crystal clear waters that fill us with energy.
─ INFUSSION MULE ─
Our emblematic blend of the house. We use a cold filtration technique that consists of leaving our ingredients resting on the top of the tower with slow dripping for a minimum of 6 hours, always keeping the cocktail in the cold dripping technique. This drink is ours reinterpretation of the moscow mule, serving at the table.
── ZAMÁ ──
Zamá is an elixir of mezcal that transports you to a mystical experience between dimensions to explore the mysteries, flavors and aromas of Tulum. A tribute to the majestic spectacle of the aurora that Itzamná: the god of the sun, give us.
── NICTÉ ──
NICTÉ-HA was the daughter of the guardian of the Cenote. ChakTzitzib the prince was in love with her. The priest did not want her to be queen so he shot her a poisoned arrow. Nicté-ha died, her body sank in the cenote & the gods transformed her into water lily; and the prince into a red bird.
─ MULA DE MEZCAL ─
An intervention of Mexican flavors for those looking for a refuge from the heat. Dangerously exquisite drink that invites you to drink it more than once.