Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

China Opens Its Bars to Mexican Tequila – What Does This Mean For The Tequila Industry?

We love social media here at Tequila Aficionado.  It is an exciting way to spur some fascinating discussions about our favorite topic – tequila! Our own M.A. “Mike” Morales recently posted this news piece on Facebook about the introduction of tequila to the Chinese market. Lisa Pietsch responded by saying: While it may be good […]

De La Tierre Maple Cinnamon Liqueur

“The maple trees of the north and the agave from the south have French kissed while dancing the Salsa.” Lisa Pietsch (Quebecois, hockey and tequila lover) reviews her first taste of De La Tierre Maple Cinnamon Liqueur (Reposado tequila with real Canadian Maple Syrup added). Read her full review by clicking here.

Carlos Santana and Casa Noble

Carlos Santana shares his thoughts on the connection between his own history, Mexico and Casa Noble Tequila.  They don’t call it a “Spirit” for nothing.

The Evolution of the Tequila Bar by M.A. “Mike” Morales

Tequila Aficionado’s Mike Morales describes in a dynamic format with text, video, and photos, the evolution of the tequila bar from old Mexico to present day Santa Monica. Excerpt from The Evolution of the Tequila Bar: From the early 1930s to the late 1950s, Mexico’s Golden Age of Cinema exposed the world to Los Tres […]

Vinazas: The Environmental Impact of the Growth of the Tequila Industry

Vinazas Are tequila drinkers killing the environment? There is most certainly a negative impact on one of Mexico’s most beautiful environments. Not all tequila drinkers are contributing to this though.  In fact, by choosing your brands wisely, you will not only have a much better tasting experience, but you’ll be supporting ecologically responsible farming and […]

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