In our previous blog, we shared a video with the first part of the cutting of the agave plant or JIMA that we carry out at Casa Sauza. This is how we get the high-quality agaves that we will use for the elaboration of our tequilas.
Once the agaves are ripe, we proceed to cut their leaves. We call this process the JIMA. Watch the following video to learn more about how we carry out this process at Sauza. We watch every detail so that your tequila is made with agaves of the highest quality!
Karla Castro, chef of our Restaurant, La Cueva de Don Cenobio, shares some cocktails recipes made with tequila. Watch the following video!
Inside our beautiful Quinta Sauza, you'll find one of the best restaurants of Tequila, La Cueva de Don Cenobio.
Sauza is much more than just tequila! We are a family and we open the doors of our house, Quinta Sauza, to you. Come and hold your events here, at our beautiful gardens!
Let us surprise you with a unique event organization, made especially for you.
Learn all about the planting of our agaves right at our Botanical Garden. Watch the following video and learn all about its reproduction and the processes that we follow to plant it.
This time I will share information with you about why is it worth visiting the beautiful town of Tequila, Jalisco, a place full of culture and lots of things to do.
Thank you very much for reading my blogs! This motivates me to keep looking for more topics that may be useful to you, for the organization of your event.
It's always my pleasure to bring new ideas to help you organize your event. I chose this topic today because some brides have asked me this question lately. The truth is that this answer is a very easy one to give, since most of the answer is based on what you like, but I will gladly give you some tips.
During this pandemic, one of the biggest challenges for those who have children at home is keeping them entertained. It's very hard for children to fully understand what's happening and why they can't go out to play with their friends, go to school, or visit their grandparents, as they did before.