Posts Tagged ‘tequila industry’

Cecilia Norman, Communications Manager for the non-profit Tequila Interchange Project.

Women In The Tequila Industry: Cecilia Norman by M.A. “Mike” Morales

We continue our series of Women In The Tequila Industry with Cecilia Norman, Communication Manager for the Tequila Interchange Project, a non-profit organization and consumer advocacy group for tequila. We asked Ceci and other prominent women leading the charge for change in the Tequila Industry and beyond a short list of questions.  As you’ll read, it hasn’t been all margaritas and […]

Tequila Drinkers Are Killing the Environment a Report by M.A. “Mike” Morales

03.22.12 America’s premier tequila journalist and Tequila Aficionado’s Executive Editor Mike Morales, reveals rumored environmental polluters of Mexico’s Paisaje Agavero (Agave Landscape) in the controversial and hardhitting e-report, Vinazas:  The Corpse of the Spirit of Mexico. “In 2008, the tequila industry produced 310 million liters of tequila,” reports Morales.  “For every liter of tequila distilled, […]

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 […]