Garden Cocktails at Ignacia Guest House in Mexico City

In September 2017, an earthquake impacted Roma, Mexico City’s most beloved colonia, causing devastation all over the area. But, local artisans, chefs and residents restored and revitalized the area, which now overflows with diverse dining options and nightlife as well as varying architectural styles.

Located in the vibrant Colonia Roma neighborhood, home to Ciudad de Mexico’s trendy creative class, Ignacia Guest House is an ultra-gorgeous and exclusive bed and breakfast, featuring chic rooms and a not-to-miss bar.

Here are the drinks to sip while at the Garden Bar at Mexico City’s Ignacia Guest House.

Cocktails at Ignacia Guest House’s Garden Bar

Each day, Ignacia’s chef prepares a different cocktail for guests, made with mezcal from Oaxaca, gin, tequila or other liquors in the tranquil garden, under the two orange trees.  Here are their newest drinks for the summer:

Grapefruit & Mezcal

Ignacia’s signature drink; made with Grapefruit, Sparkling Water, Mezcal and a hint of Ancho Reyes, a liqueur made from the Ancho Chile in Puebla.  As a special touch, the chef adds Worm Salt Frosting on one side of the glass along with Fresh Grapefruit.

Thyme & Gin

Thyme Infusion, Ginger Ale, Gin, Vodka and Rosemary Syrup over Ice; garnished with Mint Leaves and Hibiscus Salt Rim on the glass.

Mango & Mezcal

Mango and Pomelo (a citrus fruit native to South Asia) Juices, Eureka Lemon, Mezcal, Ancho Reyes Liqueur, Mint, Rosemary Syrup and Ginger Ale over Ice; garnished with Rosemary and Powder Chili Salt Rim on the glass.

TIP:  Guests can enjoy a complimentary cocktail hour, between 5 pm and 7 pm, daily.

Garden Bar at Ignacia Guest House details

Jalapa 208, House B Colonia Roma, Mexico City (CDMX); ignacia.mx;  @IgnaciaMX

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