Tequila Boss Ladies by M.A. “Mike” Morales

Tequila Boss Ladies

 “The world will be saved by the western woman.”

The Dalai Lama, Vancouver Peace Summit, September 2009

We’re pretty sure His Holiness had no idea that his proclamation would also include this Who’s Who of women in the Tequila Industry and beyond.

Mary ClementeJurado Tequila…

Mary Clemente gets her close-up.Exclusivity breeds demand and Clemente’s Jurado Tequila, nicknamed the Black Swan (a metaphor used to describe hard-to-predict, high-impact and far-reaching events), is so rare that you’ll have to travel to Asia or the Middle East to find it.

Jurado Tequila (photo by Ian Cuttler).

Jurado Tequila (photo by Ian Cuttler).

Solely at Duty Free stores winter 2013, with rock star celebrity chef Grant MacPherson supplying added culinary deliciousness for the tequila connoisseur and world traveler.

Paula TorresNobleza Azúl tequila…

Nobleza Azul Tequila.

Nobleza Azul Tequila.

Not only does Paula own her own brand, but she comes from a family of Highlands agave growers.  Fiercely protective of her family’s land, heritage and tradition, Paula is involved in every aspect of Nobleza’s growth.

Paula Torres

Paula Torres

Find award winning Nobleza Azúl throughout Southern California and parts of Chicago, Las Vegas and Utah.

Watch our Sipping off the Cuff episode for Nobleza Azul here.

Maribel Garcia CanoTequilas del Señor

The mysterious Ingeniera García craftily flies under the tequila radar.

Quietly going about her business supervising the quality of the tequilas churned out at the famed Tequilas del Señor distillery, she has also managed to develop the critically acclaimed Don Diego Santa Tequila.

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M.A. “Mike” Morales is the CEO of Tequila Aficionado Media and America’s premier tequila journalist, blogging and reporting exclusively on the trends, producers, insiders, and hottest brands in the tequila industry today.