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The Tequila Lover's Guide to Mexico and Mezcal: Everything There Is to Know About Tequila and Mezcal, Including .

The Tequila Lover's Guide to Mexico and Mezcal: Everything There Is to Know About Tequila and Mezcal, Including How to Get There. Beginning with a detailed look at exactly what tequila is, including the two types (100 percent agave and mixto) and seven kinds, Emmons, who has studied the subject for many years, describes the process by which tequila is made, its history in Mexico, and individual tequila distilleries and . importers and offers instructions on how to organize a tequila tasting.

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item 1 Mesa Grill Guide to Tequila (Essential Connoisseur) by Kretchmer, Laurence Book -Mesa Grill Guide to Tequila (Essential Connoisseur) by Kretchmer, Laurence Book. The ultimate guide to Mexico's popular liquor, this book unlocks the mysteries of the blue agave plant and answers all the questions and subtleties regarding the different grades and labels, the regions and methods of production, and the best ways to prepare and enjoy tequila food and drinks.

The origins of tequila date back to around 250-300 . In the 17th century 'agave wines' produced in and around the town of Tequila started to gain notoriety for their quality. when the Aztec Indians first fermented the juice of the agave to produce their ceremonial wine, ‘pulque’. Archaeological evidence from 300 . By 1750 a formal industry had started to be built around the production of the drink and by the end of the 1890s the word 'tequila' (as opposed to mezcal) emerged to describe the agave spirits produced in this area.

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Start by marking Mesa Grill Guide to Tequila as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mesa Grill Guide to Tequila. by. Laurence Kretchmer (Photographer)

The ultimate guide that covers the history, production, appreciation and use of tequila with every major variety, covering over fifty brands with seventy-five cocktail recipes, tequila-based appetizers, main courses and desserts. Format Hardback 192 pages.

The ultimate guide that covers the history, production, appreciation and use of tequila with every major variety, covering over fifty brands with seventy-five cocktail recipes, tequila-based appetizers, main courses and desserts. MESA GRILL GUIDE TO TEQUILA by Lawrence Kretchmer. com User, February 15, 2007. A very informative detailed guide to the various brands of tequila, one of the most popular international spirits.

Take the Tequila exam and get a handsome diploma to put on the wall of your hacienda. How to Read a Tequila Label.

For Mexican connoisseurs of tequila, to utter newcomers, like myself. Take the Tequila exam and get a handsome diploma to put on the wall of your hacienda.

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, more In addition to the plant being grown in the ‘tequila’ approved regions of Mexico, the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT) holds tight regulations over all other parts of th. .

One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, more. Tequila is a fascinating and popularly distilled spirit that is enjoyed by the world. With its identifiable taste, tight regulations and spicy flair, tequila has a draw that other spirits can’t touch. Let this tequila guide be your true north. In addition to the plant being grown in the ‘tequila’ approved regions of Mexico, the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT) holds tight regulations over all other parts of the production as well. In general blue agave plants takes about 7-10 years to grow. Once the plant is matured, a Jimador, a type of Mexican farmer who harvests agave plants, is called to inspect the agave to see if it’s ripe for cutting.

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