From the Porfiriato to the Mexican Revolution
Foreign influence in fashion and sport.
- culinary expertise
- religious beliefs
Mexican elite quickly adopted forms of amusement from other places.
The Life in the haciendas.
The haciendas were large properties in which they do products such as sugar cane, tabacco, henequen, cereals, and cotton and they also do drinks such as mezcal and pulque.
The company store, very important in the hacienda, was where the basic things were sold like soap, corn, beans, and others.