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BABY FOOD GOES GOURMET AT GRAND VELAS RIVIERA NAYARIT

Parents can now choose among many gourmet options for babies at the AAA Five Diamond Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit. Presented with a menu upon arrival by the resort's dedicated Baby Concierge, parents can select from a list of gourmet purées for their babies, prepared by Executive Chef Guillaume Morancé. Options for the purées include: Pio Pio Purée, made with cooked chicken breast, carrots, zucchini and chicken broth; Moo Purée, made with beef tenderloin, potato, sweet potato and vegetable broth; and Little Shark Purée, made with white fish, celery, leeks, mushroom and vegetable broth. A Vegan Purée, made with white rice, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots and vegetable broth, Vegetarian Bunny Purée, made with carrots, corn and vegetable broth and dessert Mothers Happiness Purée, made with apple, pear, peach and rice pudding, are also available.


The Baby Concierge is also on hand to help parents stress less with their young ones, coordinating everything from a crib, Mexican toys, baby floats, and baby clothes to nanny service and gentle bath and shampoo gels. Stimulating the baby's senses and central nervous system, the Sunrise Massage (25 min/$65 USD) promotes sensory and cognitive development. For babies 1-3 years old, the treatment encourages babies to differentiate textures and sounds to the tunes of Mozart. The resort also offers baby's first haircut, which comes with special pampering and a certificate celebrating the milestone.
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Del Mar a tu Mesa, en nuestro Brunch vive una aventura gourmet de la mano de reconocidos Chefs para recibir la pesca del día directo desde el Pacífico.
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The "Beyond All-Inclusive, Beyond All Compare" Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit is now offering a new mixology class that serves up beverages with a twist of Mexican culture. During the weekly class, participants learn to make four different Mexican drinks: Yashu Margarita, Tricolor Cocktail, Sweet Convent and "Pascalles." Each features a tie in to Mexican history and heritage. In travelers are unable to make it down to Mexico this winter, the resort shares its recipes to make at home.


Yashu Margarita

The Yashu Margarita is primarily made from Ancho Reyes Ancho Chile Liqueur and "yashu" - the word for avocado in the ancient Zapotec language. The Zapotec civilization was an indigenous pre-Columbian civilization that flourished in the Valley of Oaxaca in the south of Mexico.

1 avocado
½ oz Ancho Reyes liqueur
⅛ oz lime juice
½ oz grapefruit juice
1 ½ oz Tequila
1 oz Controy Orange liqueur or Cointreau
1 T pink pepper

1. Place the avocado, pink pepper, and lemon juice in the shaker and macerate all together.

2. Add 1 C ice, Ancho Reyes liqueur, grapefruit juice, Controy Orange liqueur, and tequila.

3. Shake everything and serve in a frosted glass, rim with "tajin chile"or salt.
4. Decorate with an avocado fan.

Tricolor

Layered with red, white and green ingredients, the Tricolor was created in honor of the Mexican flag.

1 T red bell pepper
½ oz grenadine syrup
1 oz Mezcal
2 oz kiwi pulp
½ oz lime juice
1 T basil

1. Macerate the red pepper in the grenadine. Pour over 1 C ice in glass frosted with worm salt.

2. Add the Mezcal by pouring it down the side of the glass to keep the colors separate.

3. In a shaker, mix the kiwi pulp, lime juice, and basil. Again pour on the glass to make the third hue of the drink.

Sweet Convent

The Sweet Convent was inspired by the bottle of Frangelico which is designed to look like a friar. It serves as a reminder of the monks who instilled religion in Mexico. The drink is also an allusion to the "Tenth Muse" Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and her poetry about love, religion and feminism which offers us a combination of feelings, just as the drink.

1½ oz Mezcal
1 pinch ground espresso beans
½ oz Baileys liqueur
½ oz Frangelico liqueur
½ oz Kahlua Coffee liqueur

1. Place ice in shaker.

2. Add all the ingredients and mix.

4. Serve in a martini glass perfumed with orange juice and decorated with an orange twist.

Pascalles

"Pascalles" is a popular song that children learn in choir that references the colonial time in the state of of Guanajuato, where structural beauty, underground streets, and green gardens abound. The softness and freshness of the drink alludes to the gardens, while the darkness of the chili and its strong flavor reminds us of the underground tunnels and streets.

1 ½ oz Gin
1 T dried pasilla chile
1 can tonic water
2 T cucumber
¼ oz simple syrup
¼ oz lime juice

1. Make an infusion with the syrup and the "pasilla chile." The cucumber is macerated and then added to the shaker with ice, gin, lime juice and the infusion.

2. Stir and serve in the glass.

3. Fill the glass with the tonic water and decorate with a cucumber stalk.

Enjoy it!
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Pasa el Cinco de Mayo en Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit y experimenta el verdadero espíritu de México.

¡No esperes más y disfrute de una auténtica fiesta mexicana! » https://goo.gl/Gj9bCp
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30/4/18
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Piscina infinita, vida al aire libre, espacios para comer y el horizonte sin fin.
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3/3/18
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Pool or beach. Given the choice, which one would you choose for your next vacation?
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We love seeing our guests enjoying family time!
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January, the perfect season to sunbathe all day at the beach of Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit.
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Direct from the sea to your plate! Catch of the day at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit.
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2/1/18
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Enjoy intimate luxury and comfort, designed to complement the essence of your vacation at Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit.
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