This is the last blog post of a series of 3 that we shared to answer the most frequently asked questions that our visitors and clients have.
There are many myths and questions regarding tequila. With this series of 3 blogs, we want to give an answer to the most frequently asked questions that people have about this drink.
How do I drink tequila? Is a rested tequila better than a young one? Does it have to be made at Tequila, Mexico? How many alcohol degrees does a tequila have?
To make a tequila tasting, it's important to take into account 4 characteristics of the spirit or distillate, which are:
There are many tequilas, as there are also many good tequilas. What makes us different? Our people. They are the ones who have undertaken the evolution of tequila in order to produce the purest one, that is, the one closest to the agave notes.
Our beautiful and beloved Mexico is one of the countries that has a highest level of Biodiversity in the world, and within these natural riches, lies the agave. There are around 300 species worldwide, from which approximately 159 are found in our territory. Its area of origin is the arid region that today is found between northern Mexico and the southern United States. It is estimated that the genus began to diversify 12 million years ago.
In recent months, we have heard about the high demand of agave that there is, and it is only normal to wonder how a plant so noble in its planting and cultivation may be scarce for the production of Tequila. This has to do with the Tequila Designation of Origin.
Tres Generaciones® Plata Tequila fuses with the southern region of our continent in this soft cocktail with floral notes, a pleasant fusion to anyone's palate.