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May 5, 2020 / Posted by:

Sidral Mundet!

This year, Cinco de Mayo falls on Taco Tuesday, so many Americans are probably cursing the shit out of the evil coronavirus for messing with their ultimate Cinco de Mayo/Taco Tuesday plan to get drunk on 10-gallon margaritas while wearing a sombrero and shaking maracas at the extremely authentic Mexican cuisine emporium that is El Torito. Damn you, corona! (I know, it’s demonically poetic that a virus named corona killed Cinco de May on Taco Tuesday. SANTO DIOS!) But Cinco de Mayo lives on and on this Cinco de Mayo, I am going to pay tribute to sparkling Mexican icon Sidral Mundet!

Today, Sidral Mundet can easily be found in grocery stores in the U.S., but when I was a kid, I only got it whenever we went to Mexico. Sidral Mundet (“sidra” means cider in Spanish) was born in 1908 by Mexican businessman Don Arturo Mundet who wanted to make a manzana version of limonoda. Sidral Mundet is an apple soda, kind of like Martinelli’s (“You, uncouth piece of poor trash, I am not a soda. I am an opulent bottle of luxurious sparkling cider!” that bougie bitch Martinelli’s). It comes in three flavors: red apple, green apple, and golden apple.

The Sidral Mundet of my childhood had a touch of an aftertaste and was made with real apple juice. And apparently, the Sidra Mundet of today is also tainted with fraudulent apple flavors (read: artificially flavored).

I haven’t had a Sidral Mundet in years, but what I loved about it as a child is that it looked like beer to me. So as the growns guzzled down Coronas, I could look like a grown too while guzzling down apple soda in beer drag. Hmmm, I should buy some Sidral Mundet. Because whenever my family has a reunion, I can pour Corona into an empty Sidral Mundet bottle and avoid hearing one of my aunts say, “Another one?!!!?

Pics: FEMSA S.A de C.V/Novamex

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