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An earthen oven and dried chiles at Taos Pueblo.

An earthen oven and dried chiles at Taos Pueblo, National Historic Landmark, New Mexico

Tequila, Mexico is famous for, you guessed it, tequila. The town is full of tequila distilleries which you can tour and learn everything there is to know in the tequila making process and you can also do tequila tasting! There's absolutely no need to organise a tour from Guadalajara. I'll tell you how to get to Tequila without a tour, what to do in Tequila and how to book a tour in Tequila. Click to find out more!

Visiting Tequila Country Without a Tour

Tequila, Mexico is famous for, you guessed it, tequila. The town is full of tequila distilleries which you can tour and learn everything there is to know in the tequila making process and you can also do tequila tasting! There's absolutely no need to organise a tour from Guadalajara. I'll tell you how to get to Tequila without a tour, what to do in Tequila and how to book a tour in Tequila. Click to find out more!

America’s Role in Latest Fight for Small Mezcal: Big distilleries in Mexico are waging a battle for market share in the U.S., often at the expense of small producers. Sarah Bowen on how a new proposition—NOM 199—threatens the livelihood of small distillers throughout Mexico, and how Americans play a big role in its fate.

America’s Role in Latest Fight for Small Mezcal: Big distilleries in Mexico are…

American Distillery in Mexico - Ideally the thought was to get started in Reno NV, but I have found greener pastures and a simpler more economical way to get started. I can in addition

In 1922 Emilio Bacardi opened a distillery in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Bacardí invited US-Americans to "Come to Cuba and bathe in Bacardi rum" introducing:Hatuey Beer.Bacardi's international was due mostly to Schueg's "business genius" who "branded Cuba as the home of rum and Bacardi as the king of rums" expanding to Mexico (1931) Puerto Rico (1936) under the brand name Ron Bacardi (Ron is Spanish rum). Post-Prohibition rum was sold tariff-free in the.He expanded to the United States (1944).

In 1922 Emilio Bacardi opened a distillery in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba. Bacardí invited US-Americans to "Come to Cuba and bathe in Bacardi rum" introducing:Hatuey Beer.Bacardi's international was due mostly to Schueg's "business genius" who "branded Cuba as the home of rum and Bacardi as the king of rums" expanding to Mexico (1931) Puerto Rico (1936) under the brand name Ron Bacardi (Ron is Spanish rum). Post-Prohibition rum was sold tariff-free in the.He expanded to the United States (1944).

Drinking liquid gold in the birthplace of the world famous alcoholic drink, what could be more Mexican than that? A short bus ride away from Guadalajara lies the Mexican town of Tequila. You guessed it, Tequila’s main export is, well, tequila. Here, in Tequila you can go on a tequila tour in one of the distilleries. You will see for yourself the process of transforming the humble agave plant into the drink which is loved around the world. Click on the link to find out how!

Visiting Tequila Country Without a Tour

Drinking liquid gold in the birthplace of the world famous alcoholic drink, what could be more Mexican than that? A short bus ride away from Guadalajara lies the Mexican town of Tequila. You guessed it, Tequila’s main export is, well, tequila. Here, in Tequila you can go on a tequila tour in one of the distilleries. You will see for yourself the process of transforming the humble agave plant into the drink which is loved around the world. Click on the link to find out how!

Tequila coming directly out of the still at the Siete Leguas distillery in Los Altos, Jalisco, Mexico.

Tequila coming directly out of the still at the Siete Leguas distillery in Los Altos, Jalisco, Mexico.

The town of Tequila lies about an hour’s drive west of Guadalajara, Mexico. Guillermo "makes an ultrapremium tequila called Fortaleza, the way his tatarabuelo (great great-grandfather) did, by crushing agave with a tahona — a stone shaped like a wheel that weighs more than a ton — and distilling it in copper stills. The Fortaleza distillery doesn’t have scheduled tours, but it welcomes visitors by appointment." (by Michael Shapiro)

Tequila Tour / Magazine: American Way / Photography: Hiram Trillo

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