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Tequila is made from the fermented and distilled juices of the Agave plant, which is native to Mexico.
Agave is not a cactus, despite common supposition, but is botanically classified as a succulent and is a member of the lily family. More »
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Tequila is a regional specific name for a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the area surrounding the city of Tequila, 65 km (40 mi) ... View article on Wikipedia »
3 May 2013 ... Start with a quality tequila. Your first clue is to look for “100% Agave” on the label. Under Mexican law, tequila must be made from only the blue ...
If you're in the market to buy some tequila (and why wouldn't you be, since 90% of tequila sales are made in Mexico and the U.S.), there's basically one thing ...
14 May 2009 ... A jimador cuts down and prepares a blue agave plant to be used to make tequila. This video was taken in Mexico, April 2009. From the website ...
You might be a tequila drinker, but chances are you are not a true tequila ... If you' ve taken the time to research how tequila is made, I say you're awesome.
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