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Tequila Resources and Links for more Information about Tequila

100% Tequila & Spirits Magazine – Grupo Editorial San Javier, S.A de C.V., Tel. +52 (33) 3813 0086 and Tel./Fax: +52 (33) 3813 1596. Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. E-mail: info@100tequila.com.mx | www.100tequila.com.mx/ This link is currently not working.

Academia Mexicana del Tequila, A. C. – Interesting site with history, myths and legends, glossary and a good explanation of what is required to be listed on the Tequila label. www.acamextequila.com.mx

All Things Agave – Premium Agave spirits, premium tequila, unique glassware. www.allthingsagave.com

Cabo Wabo Tequila – Photographs from the distillery in Amatitan, near Guadalajara, Jalisco.

Cámara Nacional de la Industria Tequilera – The National Chamber of Commerce of the Tequila Industry. Lázaro Cardenas 3289, piso 5, CP 45000 Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Tel: (33) 3121-5021; Fax: (33) 3647-2031. http://www.tequileros.org/

CRT – Consejo Regulador del Tequila – The Tequila Regulatory Council (TRC) is the organization dedicated to promoting the quality, culture and prestige of Tequila. Participants of this interdisciplinary organization have met since December 16, 1993 with the goal of promoting the culture and quality of tequila. Spanish and English versions. www.crt.org.mx

DFW Tequila Tastings – Dallas / Fort Worth’s Sipping Tequila Experience. Information about local events, articles on tequila, and a forum. www.tequilatasting.com

Guadalajara Reporter – Western Mexico’s English language weekly. Online subscriptions available for $30 US per year. www.guadalajarareporter.com

Impulsora Rombo – Photographs from this tequila distillery in Amatitan, Jalisco, Mexico, taken during May 2005.

In Search of the Blue Agave – Ian Chadwick – Tequila – Lots of good information, extensive glossary of terms and links to other sites. History, myths and legends surrounding tequila, culture and more. Pulque and Mezcal information also. www.ianchadwick.com/tequila/

Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial – www.impi.gob.mx

Los Tequilas de Don Rafael – Photographs of the 2,100 tequila bottle collection of of Don Rafael, some dating back to 1845. www.tequilasdonrafael.com.mx

PocoTequila.com – Excellent photographs of a very large selection of tequila bottles, categorized by type. Information, links, drink recipes and more. www.pocotequila.com

Press and News Releases about Tequila – various sources

Suave Agave – Collectible bottles and tequila information. Site dedicated to the collector of rare and exquisite tequila bottles. www.suave-agave.com – Note: web site link not working as of January 28, 2006.

tequila-net-logoTequila.net – With thousands of visitors daily, TEQUILA.net focuses on brand exposure / promotions, industry news, and educating Tequila consumers. There are over 2,500 submitted editor and consumer reviews, providing the most trusted ratings to visitors worldwide  www.tequila.net/

Tequila - A Bit of History

Tequila, A Bit of History – Article from Los Cabos Magazine,  Issue #8,  Released: October 15, 2002, by Ryan Thomas
No other liquid is surrounded by as many stories, myths, legends and lore as tequila and its sister beverage mezcal. As wine and whisky have taken their place in modernized western culture, so too has tequila. Once only a drink for bandidos and rancheros, tequila is as much at home in the fist of today’s business yuppie as a cup of Starbuck’s coffee.  www.loscabosguide.com/tequila-a-bit-of-history/

Tequila Aficionado – Industry news, history, reviews, travel and restaurants. www.tequilaaficionado.com

Tequila for GrownupsArticle from Forbes FYI Magazine by: Richard Nalley, May 13, 2002.
Connoisseurship–wading up to your elbows in anything and rooting around ’til you get the good stuff–can take a person on some strange turns. It can, for example, make him anxious to snap up rare, $60 bottles of single-village mescal, or $45 bottles of tequila from obscure farms in the Jalisco highlands.

Tequila, Jalisco, a Pueblo Magico – The town (municipality) of Tequila is situated in the state of Jalisco, in central-pacific Mexico, which was settled in 1656 and named after its early residents, a local Indian tribe. Tequila, both the region and the town that gave the spirit of Tequila its name.

Tequila, Jalisco – A Pueblo Magico – Spanish language site for the town of Tequila. Municipal Government of Tequila Jalisco 2015-2018 www.tequilajalisco.gob.mx

Tequila Jones Tavern – Information, reviews and links. www.tequilajones.com

Tequilarte International – The sipping tequila experience, founded to provide and promote education on the proper enjoyment, history and culture of fine tequila. www.tequilarte.com

Viva Tequila – General information and links. www.itequila.org



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