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The Rise of Mezcal: Great for Cocktails, Better for Oaxaca

The Rise of Mezcal: Great for Cocktails, Better for Oaxaca

tortillas.

This old Mexican postcard (which has no vertical line on the reverse) shows a woman making tortillas using a metate and a comal for cooking.

Oaxaca

San Francisco + Mezcal!

Mezcal Primer + Tasting Event in San Francisco

Can mezcal survive being popular? – Explore Parts Unknown

Can mezcal survive being popular? – Explore Parts Unknown

Tlachiquero

mexicanfoodporn: “El Jimador Is the term for the people who work with the Agave plants, and make sure to cut through to get the “Piña” which literally means Pineapple, but its named like that because.

Mezcal Buen Viaje - Vertical scroll

Mezcal Buen Viaje - Vertical scroll

Local producers are struggling to keep the industry from being taken over by corporate behemoths.

Local producers are struggling to keep the industry from being taken over by corporate behemoths.

Farmers loading the harvested blue agave for Tequila production, town of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico

Farmers loading the harvested blue agave for Tequila production, town of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico

Mezcal! Mezcal Process on Beer Lovers' Tour of Oaxaca Photo Credit: Alvin Starkman #Mexico #Oaxaca

Beer Lovers' Cultural Tour of Oaxaca launches

Mezcal Process on Beer Lovers Tour of Oaxaca Photo Credit: Alvin Starkman

Making palm leaf decoration for a Guelaguetza celebration in Tlacolula, Oaxaca

Zapotec man making palm leaf decorations for a "real" Guelaguetza celebration in his neighborhood in Tlacolula Oaxaca

Tlayudas in Oaxaca mexico                             http://hostmyniche.com/learnspanish/

Tlayudas in Oaxaca, Mexico

Peregrinos descansando en la Escalinata hacia el Cerro del Tepeyac, La Villa de Guadalupe, México, D.F. Año 1908

Peregrinos descansando en la Escalinata hacia el Cerro del Tepeyac, La Villa de Guadalupe, México, D.F. Año 1908

From the jungles of Chiapas to the deserts of Guanajuato, you’ve never seen Mexico like this.

From the jungles of Chiapas to the deserts of Guanajuato, you’ve never seen Mexico like this.

Jimador Tequila Jalisco, Mexico... ~D~

jimador in Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico removing the outer leaves of the agave revealing the core from whence tequila, mescal and pulque are made

Dark copper, golden brown, roasted agave colors.

Dark copper, golden brown, roasted agave colors.

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