This post is part 2 of 7 in the series Mexican Tequila

We wandered around the trapped-in-time town of Tequila, exploring this Pueblo Magico and taking a tour of the Casa Herradura tequila distillery. It’s all in a day’s work on the Ruta del Tequila in Mexico which is a region that’s been recognized by UNESCO.

A barrel or a bus?

A barrel or a bus? Tourist transport in the town of Tequila.

A real barrel filled with Tequila at Casa Herradura

A barrel filled with tequila at Casa Herradura.

The heart or pineapple of the Blue Agave is what is processed to make Tequila

The heart or “pineapple” of the blue agave is what is steamed and juiced to make tequila.

 

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