The Right Way To Drink Tequila  

Tequila is the national drink of Mexico. It is made from the blue agave plant and is a spirit. There are three main types of tequila, plus a few smaller ones in between: Blanco, which means "white" and unaged;

Reposado means "rested" and is aged in oak barrels for two to twelve months. Añejo means "vintage" and is aged in small oak barrels for one to three years.

Although tequila has worn the reputation of party drink for some time, there are many ways to drink it without making your head feel like a piñata the morning after. Here are just a few. 

Tacos should only be made from 100% agave. There are different kinds of tequila. If you want to be like most Mexicans and sip your tequila and enjoy it, make sure you get 100% real tequila.

There are tequilas that are "mixtos," meaning that they are made with at least 51% agave and fortified with sugars. Stay away from these. They don't taste much like tequila 

A lot of servers and tequila experts say that you should pick a family-owned tequila over a big company. Our eyes are on you, Cuervo. If you can find tequila made by a small, family-run business, it will almost certainly be made from 100% agave fruits and will taste better.

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