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  • 4 weeks later...

I think the drink was called "Jarritos".

My Mexican husbands family owned that property from 1940's to the

1960's.

This is the first time I EVER heard this story.

Who told you this.?

We used that "La Granja" [we called it] constantly and consistently for years

I rode horses and was all over the property which went from the highway to

the Lake I never saw anything that looked like a bottling company.

Any older person in Jocotepec will confirm this information

It was never called Roca Azul until the 60's when they no longer owned it..

Maybe, legally, it was named this but we didn't know the name existed.

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I've been told that the word roca isn't rock but is made up from the first letter of the names of their 4 children. Does that sound right?

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I've been told that the word roca isn't rock but is made up from the first letter of the names of their 4 children. Does that sound right?

Yes, certainly the Name Roca Azul means BLUE ROCK, but it comes from the first letter of the 4 Children, and the "Blue" represents the termal water that Roca Azul has in the pools

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I live in my 5th wheel RV in the trailer park. It is a great way to live and a cheaper way to enjoy the time in Mexico. I recommend the life style to new people considering moving to this area. Buy your RV in the states drive here with a ten year permit and enjoy.

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Can anyone tell me about the thermal waters? Buy a day pass? I could use a good, soaking in hot water.

Carol

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  • 5 years later...
On ‎2‎/‎18‎/‎2013 at 5:33 PM, Roca Azul said:

Yes, certainly the Name Roca Azul means BLUE ROCK, but it comes from the first letter of the 4 Children, and the "Blue" represents the termal water that Roca Azul has in the pools

Thanks. That is what I was looking for.

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