"pulque refreshes the parched throat of travellers," Marksman answered.
The fruit also, when expressed, affords the refreshing drink "pulque."
The two ladies hastened to place before the ranchero, bread, meat and pulque.
The Mexicans have a legend about the origin of their pulque.
It is pulque, the soporific pulque that is the honored and national beverage of the Mexican.
This is the plant which produces the pulque, which we have before described.
Yes, a fortnight ago Lock came with his wife Therese, and brought us some cheeses and two jars of pulque.
Here the allusion to pulque is still plainer than it is there.
Shortly afterwards they also took their leave after refusing Maraquando's hospitable offer of pulque.
Throughout the fiesta, workers dipped into the pulque casks.
1690s, from American Spanish pulque, of unknown origin, said to be a word from Araucanian (native language spoken in part of Chile), or else from some language of Mexico.