Alicia and Helen captivate palates with ‘Agave Cantaritos’ in Santa Lucía


TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS.- The ingenuity of Hondurans to undertake has no limits and we have proven this through the various stories that have passed through THE HERALD INSPIRESHowever, this time we decided to inquire about a business located in a tourist area of ​​the country, which has been making noise for a few weeks.

Is about ‘Agave Cantaritos’a pleasant place in Santa Lucía that offers the most extravagant drinks and crazy snacks with a pinch -or rather “soaked”- of the Mexican style, specifically from the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco.

Helen Patricia Cerrato (23) and Ivett Alicia Villatoro (27) are the two creative owners -Hondurans-, who chose to bring to the nation five stars these innovative tequila-based drinks, which have quickly become popular not only in the aforementioned area but also on social networks.

“Starting up a business has not been easy, our challenges are daily, but our greatest motivation is our family and seeing our customers satisfied with our multiple products and designs”, said Helen.

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And it is that both young women have managed to overcome this challenge by focusing both on the flavor and on the presentation of their drinks. Some have 3D design and handmade drawings.

In addition, one of the most relevant aspects of their venture is that they have managed to employ five people in less than a year, since they began work in September 2021. However, they plan to increase this number in the coming months.

Although the road has been full of obstacles, the talented young women know that every sacrifice has its reward and theirs is just beginning. !! Congratulations!!

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What are the small jars and why should you visit Helen and Alicia’s business?

Cantaritos are a very popular drink from Mexico, which takes its name from being served in a handmade clay cup rimmed with chili or powdered spices.

What is innovative is that the catrachas have implemented curious designs for the cups, in addition to fruit decoration, which is a kind of added value that allows customers to feel part of the great family they have formed.

In ‘Agave Cantaritos’ It is possible to find the most bizarre drinks such ascantaritos, pigeons, micheladas, among others, which can be enjoyed with snacks and the classic cold climate of Santa Lucía in the company of friends, couples and family.

“The residents of the capital have loved our little jugs! They tell us that it is very original, delicious and refreshing”, added Cerrato.

Indeed, ‘Agave’ o ‘Maguey’ is a plant from which tequila is made, so it fits very well with the product that the entrepreneurs market.

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Who are Alice and Helen?

They are a couple of friends, now partners, who decided to start a business in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. covid-19 with the intention of generating more income, as well as providing excellent products and services to the population.

The curious thing is that both have dedicated themselves to very different areas, because while Helenhas a nail salon and is a university student studying Foreign Languages, her partner Alicia, originally from Intibucá, is a physiotherapist. But that has not been a barrier to starting her business, since Helen’s creativity and Alicia’s patience have made a ‘match’ to promote ‘Agave Cantaritos’.

They currently have two branches, one in Santa Lucía, Plaza Santa Lucía and another in Plaza los Almendros on Morazán Boulevard. However, among his short-term plans, he highlights expanding to various areas of the country to publicize his ingenious drinks.

In the first place they serve from Wednesday to Friday from 3 in the afternoon to 10 at night, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 11 at night.

For its part, in Los Almendros they are Thursday and Friday from 3 in the afternoon to 10 at night, Saturdays from 12 pm to 11 pm and Sundays from 3 pm to 10 at night.

On Facebook, Instagram and TikTok you find them as Agavecantaritoshn.

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They currently have two branches, one in Santa Lucía, Plaza Santa Lucía and another in Plaza los Almendros on Morazán Boulevard. However, among his short-term plans, he highlights expanding to various areas of the country to publicize his ingenious drinks.

In the first place they serve from Wednesday to Friday from 3 in the afternoon to 10 at night, Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 11 at night.

For its part, in Los Almendros they are Thursday and Friday from 3 in the afternoon to 10 at night, Saturdays from 12 pm to 11 pm and Sundays from 3 pm to 10 at night.

On Facebook, Instagram and TikTok you find them as Agavecantaritoshn.

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Each pitcher has its own art embodied with stones, clay and paint.





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