Has this ever happened to you? You go poking through your attic and by accident, you discover albums of black and white photos of your parents and grandparents from their younger days. Perhaps you’ve stumbled upon tattered journals and diaries from high school? Or, maybe bundled and frayed love letters or handmade cards from your kids? This same … Read moreTequila Treasures From The Vault
According to the earliest historical documentation, on a hot and dusty August 7, 1873, the first registered exportation of tequila, three and a half barrels of vino mezcal, traveled by ox cart from the small town of Tequila, through El Paso del Norte, present day Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. It’s final destination was the oldest capital … Read moreHappy U.S. Tequila History Day!