tequila


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Mexican liquor made from fermented juices of an agave plant

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Tequila Herradura has a strong reputation as an industry innovator and is credited with introducing the first-ever Reposado in 1974 and Extra Anejo tequila in 1995.
An excellent example is DeLeon Tequila, a super-premium brand handcrafted in the Los Altos Highlands from sugar-rich agaves.
According to general manager and COO David Gimpelson, the tequila was initially intended for personal use and to be shared only with family and friends.
For the aged tequilas, Don Juan Tequila Reposado and Don Juan Tequila Anejo, the company's Master Distiller orchestrated his aging artistry, employing used American bourbon oak barrels to give the spirit its carefully crafted baroque characteristics as manifested by the final product's rich color, aromatic bouquet and multi-layered flavors.
The result tends to be smokier and headier than tequila.
The effect of some of these new tequilas is two-fold: They can bring Scotch drinkers into the tequila fold and also introduce whiskey to tequila drinkers.
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The history of tequila is long, and so is Avenida Sixto Grojon, which runs through the heart of the pueblo -- neat and tailored in the center and dusty on the outskirts.
At the same time, the Mexican government entered into negotiations with the US in an attempt to craft a solution acceptable both to Mexico's Consejo Regulador del Tequila (CRT) and DISCUS.
A prohibition on restrictions of bulk tequila exports to the United States;
Contrary to gringo mythology, high-end Mexican tequila is not made from cactus juice, doesn't come with an engorged worm loitering at the bottom of the bottle, and isn't swilled with a grimace from a shot glass followed by a squeeze of lemon and a tablespoon of salt to mask its taste.
Folk wisdom has it that tequila was the nectar of the gods.
Most of us view tequila as the drink of desperadoes, something raw and powerful that Clint Eastwood would knock back in a sordid saloon.
Tequila was used in films to symbolize the vigor and volatile nature associated with Mexico.
United Distillers & Vintners (UDV) North America unveiled its premium 1800 Single Barrel Tequila just in time to ring in the new millennium.