Posts Tagged ‘RiAzúl’

Last Tequila Standing: Riazul Tequila

    Riazul Tequila In the desert Highlands of Mexico, 250 acres of land has been handed down from generation to generation for more than 200 years. This land stood as a pivotal battlefront in the war for Mexican independence. Land where determination and pride prevailed in the struggle for freedom. Today, this is the […]

Sipping Off The Cuff: Riazul Tequila Blanco

Tequila Aficionado’s Mike Morales and Alex Perez taste and discuss Riazul Tequila Blanco from Nom 1460.   The History of Riazul Tequila Two hundred years ago, the highlands of Jalisco, Mexico served as a key battlefront in the Mexican War of Independence. During that struggle, Maria Higinia Gomez served as a high counselor to 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 […]

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