Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Mike Morales Makes History at Cata de Tequila

Forbes’ Chris Milligan describes his experience at the historic New Mexico International Intimate Tequila Tasting (NMIITT) in Albuquerque.  he also describes how it was historic in two ways and what set it apart from any other tasting to date.  be sure to read the entire story (short) as well as the comments.  Click here now. […]

What If There Were No Duty Free Tequila?

In the December 17, 2009 issue of Drinks International online magazine, the headline reads: WHO plans global duty free liquor ban The story goes on to say… “The World Health Organization (WHO) has shocked the duty-free industry by proposing a global ban on duty-free liquor sales, a business which was worth $6.3bn last year.” The […]

Tequila: The Year in Review

According to figures released by Herradura, the number of cases of tequila exported annually are… US 11.5 million México 7.5 million Germany 450,000  Russia 300,000 Canada 250,000 France 200,000 Greece 190,000 Japan 150,000.    Of worldwide tequila production, Mexico bottles 33% while the United States bottles 51% as bulk mixto.    However, figures released by the […]

Tequila Timeline: A Different Perspective

Tequila Timeline: From Agave to the Worm For some reason this article Tequila Timeline: From Agave to the Worm was reposted in Fast Company Magazine on Friday, November 20, 2009 from an earlier post on October 15, 2009.  (Maybe it was because the editors forgot to add the cute tequila graphics the first time?) Anyway, most […]