9 Charming Small Towns in Mexico

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Tequila, Jalisco

If you want to visit a place that has REALLY good tequila and want to know how it’s made, the name of this small town speaks for itself. Its name originates from a word that means “place of tribute”, and in this region, most places pay tribute to the wonderful art of turning blue agave into a world-famous distilled beverage.

The town has everything, including a tequila museum that explains the whole process. In the past, the town was known to have big traditional haciendas. Nowadays, many of those constructions are still standing, but they’re home to some of the most important distilleries. For example, at José Cuervo’s hacienda, you can explore every single step of the production, from the moment they start cleaning the agave to the final touch.

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