Party Down with Mezcal, Food, and Art September 14th
Get serious about mezcal on Sunday September 14th at the Mezcal: Mexico in a Bottle at Public Works from 3pm-7pm…
2. MEZCAL (1994)
3. OLINALÁ ( 1994)
4. TALAVERA (1997)
5. CAFÉ VERACRUZ (2000)
6. BACANORA (2000)
7. ÁMBAR DE CHIAPAS (2000)
8. SOTOL (2002)
9. MANGO ATAULFO DEL SOCONUSCO DE CHIAPAS (2003)
10. CAFÉ DE CHIAPAS (2003)
11. CHARANDA (2003)
12. EL CHILE HABANERO (2008)
13. VAINILLA DE PAPANTLA (2009)
Tequila is the result of the encounter of two worlds. This are México and Spain, as it involves the agaves from Mexico and the distillation techniques from the European Continent.
When the Spaniards came to Mexico, they saw the natives drinking the fermented juices from the Agave and decided to bring their distillation techniques to ‘purify’ it and get a stronger spirit known as mezcal wine or ‘aguardiente’. They promoted the agave production and were the ones who laid the foundations for its elaboration.