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  • How To Read Your Tequila Label

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2013 under Tequila News
    There are currently over 1,000 brands of tequila listed with the Consejo Regulador del Tequila (CRT), the governing body of the tequila industry.  With so many brands of tequila on liquor store shelves, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. Even in the age of information, many tequila companies are strategic in the information they share. Take for example Gold Tequila, the name implie... more.
  • Secrets of the Tequila Industry Both Old and New

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 17, 2012 under Tequila News
    There is an old legend behind the creation of tequila. The Aztec people of Mexico witnessed a bolt of lightning strike an Agave plant. These people called this plant as octli, that later on came to be known as pulque. This caused the liquid inside the plant to boil and after it cooled down, these tribesmen tasted the nectar from the pina. They loved the taste of the liquid and quickly duplicated t... more.
  • Fresh Watermelon Margarita

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 20, 2011 under Recipes
    Miss Summer?  Try the Fresh Watermelon Margarita The natural sweetness of muddled fresh watermelon combines with a clear sweet platinum tequila and fresh agave nectar to create the honey. Tart fresh lime juice balances the formula. Taste is critical mass. You will likely not believe you are sipping two ounces of tequila - until you stand up. This is fruit juice for grownups, and garden refreshin... more.
  • Infusing Tequila The How To Infuse Liquor Primer

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 22, 2011 under Recipes, Uncategorized
    When you think infused liquor, most people immediately think vodka.  With no little to no taste, vodka is the most common base spirit used for infusing liquors, but the truth is that any of the light spirits (tequila, gin, sake, light rum) can also be used for almost any flavor Infusion with a bit of creativity and careful planning.   Infusing darker spirits (añejo tequila, reposado tequil... more.
  • Blue Agave in Starting Tequila Development

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 10, 2010 under Tequila News
    Blue agave farming represents a major role in the quality of the tequila manufactured, but is just the starting point of the tequila processing procedure. The way from agave field to platinum tequila or silver tequila calls for several steps, each one will surely have a consequence on the quality of the tequila. How each manufacturer takes those steps is what results in to the considerable differe... more.
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