Tequila is Mexico’s national beverage since the 16th century. Its production, tasting, history, and culture has always sparked an interest in visitors and travelers. They come to visit bars and bottles shops, tasting rooms and fields.
Mexico Tequila tasting tributaries can be found all around Mexico. Mezonte, an appointment only mezcal tasting room, is very interesting to visit. There is also a famous Tequila Fortaleza distillery. It relies on old production methods such as crushing the agave and not using modern rollers.
There you can find: boilers, copper stills, pits, fermentation tanks and a bustling bottling room.
Follow the Tequila Trail
For real tequila fans who wish to discover the true taste, meaning, and history of margaritas, Tequila Trail is recommended. It stretches from towns like Tequila, El Arenal, Amatitan, Magdalena, and Teuchitlan.
These places feel like a time machine. Old distilleries are situated there. These are places where the agave is fermented and distilled. Agave plants are cut after five to seven years of growth so the fields are always full of plants.
Tequila can only be produced in Mexico; it has a protected destination of origin. By paying a visit to Museo Nacional del Tequila, you can learn many stories about it similar to this one.
A fun way to discover the agave landscape is by the Tequila Express. It will show you everything you need to know about the process of tequila brewing.
Teuchitan is also famous. It is a unique archeological site with circular pyramids which offers a great view of the landscape, Teuchitan town, agave fields, the horses, the small houses with tiled roofs, the mountains and the fresh air. You can opt for one of many guided tours.
The tequila capital of the world is the Jewel of the state of Jalisco. According to the Mexican law, tequila can only be produced in Jalisco and limited regions in a few other states. You can choose different varieties of tasting: the Beginner Tasting, Connoisseur On…
Enjoy the Tequila Experience to the Fullest
What really provides an insight into Mexican culture are distilleries. They are clearly aimed at tourists. They offer tequila blanco, reposato tequila, anejo tequila and extra anejo. Tasting can be accompanied by a tasty selection of food: empanadas, sopes (round tortillas topped with black beans, chicken and cheese) and taquitos (fried rolled tortillas filled with chicken) and chalupas (delicious fried tortillas topped with shredded pork, avocado and onion). Very often the mariachi comes in with the music.
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