Horchata is a drink popular in Latin American countries with countless variations available, depending on the culture. Derived from the Catalan word orxata, Americans are more often acquainted with the Mexican version of horchata, which uses rice, cinnamon and sugar to create the milky sweet concoction. But other versions of horchata use quinoa, barley, sesame seeds and even milk.
Enjoyed hot or cold, with cinnamon or some other spices, with alcohol or virgin, horchata appears on menus in all types of restaurants. Here are nine places that carry their own versions of the Latin American drink.Read More