March 2022 Tequila Aficionado NOM List

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February 2022 Tequila Aficionado NOM List

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Tequila Aficionado NOM List, January 2022

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December 2021 Tequila Aficionado NOM List

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Tequila Distillery Nom List, November 2021

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Tequila Distillery Nom List, October 2021

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Tequila Distillery Nom List, September 2021

Purchase a Kindle or hardcopy version of this Nom List at Amazon.com HERE. Electronic (Kindle) versions will include links to any mentions or reviews for each brand that may be found on the Tequila Aficionado website (www.TequilaAficionado.com). The Nom list is provided in a downloadable PDF (with links to any mentions or reviews for each … Read more

A Bacanora Boss Lady Tells All: Adriana Torres

Adriana Torres:  Bacanora Boss Lady So, how does a well-educated, forty-something mother of three get deeply involved in the remote bacanora-distilling communities of rural Sonora? For this “Bacanora Boss Lady,” it began as a university school project. We’ll let Adriana tell you her amazing and life-changing journey–in her own words–but first… Meet Bacanora Mezcal is … Read more

Sotol’s Cultural Appropriation

For over the past seven years, I’ve been a huge supporter of the Mexican spirit known as sotol.  You can read what I had to say about it in Tom Barry’s excellent article, A Sotol Story. In case you’re unaware, sotol is made from the Desert Spoon plant (Dasylirion wheeleri) that grows in Northern Mexico, as … Read more