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Tequila With a Modern Twist: The Story of Yeyo Tequila (Part 2)

Continued from Part I By Ryan Kelley | 03.15.11 It’s halfway through my interview with Jon Bullinger, founder and owner of Yeyo Tequila, and the rain in Portland, Oregon, continues to fall relentlessly. Having already discussed how he created the flavor profile and shape of his tequila (in part 1 of this interview), it was […]

Tequila as Jon Bullinger Intends: The Story of Yeyo Tequila (Part 1)

By Ryan Kelley | 03.05.11 Not often do you have two influential experts write about a topic, head to head, under the same roof, and have it published, for all to see – no holds barred! Mike Morales, our Executive Editor and Ryan Kelley our Senior Editor, both had the chance to sit and chat, […]

Adventures with Cuervo

Mike Morales and Ryan Kelley arrive in Guadalajara and are driven to an unknown hotel. Never miss and article or review again – Subscribe now! * indicates required Email Address * Email Format html text View previous newsletters. Like this:Like Loading… Related posts: Tequila Hunting Welcome to Spirits of Mexico! Mayahuel University Sotol and Sustainability […]

Adventures with Cuervo: Bottling Reserva de la Familia

Senior Editor Ryan Kelley gets hands-on and bottles his own Reserva de la Familia bottle at Jose Cuervo’s La Rojeña distillery. Never miss and article or review again – Subscribe now! * indicates required Email Address * Email Format html text View previous newsletters. Like this:Like Loading… Related posts: Adventures with Cuervo Tequila Hunting Welcome […]

Passion for Tequila, Culture, Fun, and Family Fuel Success at Tres Agaves

By Ryan Kelley | 12.01.10 Tequila bars are wonderful places. Like the distilleries in Jalisco, they’re packed with people who have a passion for tequila. One of the best and most well-respected tequila bars in the country is Northern California’s Tres Agaves, which boasts locations in both San Francisco and Roseville, just outside Sacramento. After […]

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