For the most part ... these rote titles are just that, even a bit stereotypical as already mentioned. It is always questionable or suspect when such wide-sweeping unverifiable character or physical generalizations are made for any group.
Now speaking of cerveza ... One of the beer companies recently placed a billboard ad in California that said something like "Have a Cold Latina - for a Change" or something like that ... to play off of this stereotype. Latino and women's rights groups quickly got that ad pulled from highway view. At some point the constant reinforcement of this stereotype serves the purpose of solidifying the stifling status quo at a time when women (and male allies) all across the globe are trying to work on human and equal rights.
I have a Latina friend that is married and with children. When she lived in Texas, she overheard a neighbor's son remark to her son (these kids were like 7 years old at the time) .. "My Dad said that your Mom is hot and loves sex." So, you can see how these stereotypes have far-reaching tentacles that serve to reinforce and maintain the status quo. Of course my friend invited her neighbors over to her house one evening and gave her neighbor a piece of her mind right in front of his wife, haha!
Even saying that all Latinos have open minds and are more expressive is also a stereotype. Homophobia, machismo, conservative religious beliefs and practices, etc. are not exactly hallmarks of enlightenment nor open minds. I live in Latin America; and natives constantly lament that their neighbors and communities don't have open minds. The truth is that there are both open and closed minds in Latin America, in the USA, in almost any place where people live and group together.
There is nothing wrong with noting that someone is sensual, as sexuality is a part of our beings ... but there are sensual people in all groups and within both genders. And, measuring sensuality is done on the evaluator's side, not the receivers. So, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, as they say. Also, rules for what constitutes beauty are decided inside each culture rather than between them. Americans may not think that 3 nose rings and a strecthed neck are especially handsome; but another culture may. One culture does not get to decide for the other ... doesn't work that way.
When in comes to character and attractiveness assessments, I find that it is always better to see and evaluate people as individuals. Then, I leave the more quantifiable statistics to group association: education stats, fertility rates, divorce rates, obesity rates, mortality rates, smoking rates, murder rates, suicide rates, etc. If it isn't verifiable via sound data collection methods (and even many times those are questionable), then it is probably nothing more than a stereotype or plain personal preference.
P.S. I think that I'm HOT! Here is my picture