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Tequila

Making Tequila, is widespread that name, having spread his fame by almost everyone, as typical drink of Mexico and is exported.

The first industry Tequila, as such, was founded in the mid nineteenth century and was founded by Nicolas Rojas, who named it "The Rojeña", selling it after Jesus Flores, who inherited his nephew Joseph M. Cuervo, known family.

On December 9, 1974 official protection was granted to several town of the states of Jalisco and Nayarit, agave spirits producers blue variety, as well as registering the designation of origin of tequila internationally.an alcoholic liquor distilled from the fermented juice of the Central American century plant Agave tequilana.

How to drink shot of Tequila these days?

First you have to prepare these materials before to drink the shot of tequila:

Put salt in your hand,

Cut a small size of lemon or lima.

Prepare the shot of tequila.

When you are ready to drink, you have to take all these materials and do it step by step and fast (no stop).

First, absorb the salt by your tongue.

Second, drink the shot of tequila

and Third, absorb the lemon juice.

The lemon will stop the strong taste of tequila that was it's important.

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