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Tequila, a small town located in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, is known for its rich history and culture as the birth place of one of the most famous and traditional Mexican drinks: Tequila. This small town is home to some of the oldest and most renowned Tequila distilleries in the world.

The history of Tequila dates back to the 16th century when the Aztecs used to ferment the juice from the blue agave plant to make a drink called “pulque”. The Spanish conquistadors arrived in the 16th century and they discovered the potential of the blue agave plant and started to produce Tequila. The town got its name after this drink, which became one of Mexico’s most iconic exports.

One of the main attractions in Tequila is the Tequila Cultural Museum, which is dedicated to the history and culture of Tequila. The Museum is located in the center of the town and offers an interactive experience that allows visitors to learn about the history, production and culture of tequila. The museum also offers tequila tasting and educational tours where you can discover the history and the production process of tequila.

Another popular attraction in Tequila is the Tequila Express, a train that takes visitors on a tour of the surrounding agave fields and distilleries. The train ride includes a visit to a traditional Tequila distillery, where visitors can see the process of making Tequila from the agave plant to the final product. Visitors can also taste different types of Tequila and purchase bottles to take home as souvenirs.

Tequila is also known for its traditional foods. Visitors can taste traditional Jalisco dishes such as Tacos al pastor, which is a type of taco made with marinated pork, and Birria, which is a traditional stew made with goat meat.
If you’re a Tequila lover, Tequila is the perfect destination for you. Not only you will learn about the history and production of Tequila but also you will get to experience the culture and hospitality of Tequila’s people. It’s a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the culture of Mexico and its traditional drinks.