Mama is the Word · Pink October in Punta Mita @ The St Regis Punta Mita
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in 1993, the pink ribbon, which had previously been used to symbolize breast cancer, was chosen as the symbol for breast cancer awareness.
The color pink itself, at times, has been used to striking effect in raising breast cancer awareness. Many famous buildings and landmarks across the globe have been illuminated in pink light during this event; Sydney’s Harbour Bridge, Japan’s Tokyo Tower and Canada’s Niagara Falls to name a few.
Due to the success of this awareness event, for many people, the color pink and breast cancer awareness ribbons are now associated with breast cancer awareness.
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Here at The St Regis Punta Mita we actively participate each year with a series of initiatives to raise money for the Mexican Breast Cancer Foundation
As well as awareness
Try this cocktail by our Barman Jorge:
- 3/4 oz Patrón Silver
- 1 large table spoon of pomegranate seeds
- 3/4 oz fresh lime juice
- 1/2 oz home-made raspberry syrup
- 3/4 oz honey water
- 1/2 oz egg white
Combine all ingredients and shake hard with plenty of cubed ice. Single strain into a rocks glass over cubed ice and garnish with pomegranate seeds and grated lime zest.