GalleryKahlúa From Bean To Bottle
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to travel on a press trip to Mexico to see firsthand how Kahlúa is made. We started where Arabica coffee is grown, and then checked out the giant distillery in Mexico City. (Plus, I gorged on great eats along the way.)
Kahlúa starts with sugar cane and coffee beans grown in Veracruz, but there's a long way from bean to bottle. Check out the slideshow to see behind the scenes at Kahlúa.
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