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D.O. or D.O.n’t? The Case of Jalisco (Part 1: Raicilla)

This post is the first in an ongoing series focusing on Mexico’s Denominations of Origin. Denominations of Origin (DOs) are designations intended to identify and …

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Petit Bourgeois Pandemic Blues

If there’s any silver lining to any of this, it’s that millions of people may be re-awaked to the reality that we are social animals and that we are ultimately only as healthy and well-off as the most vulnerable among us.

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My New Favorite Tequila – That Isn’t a Tequila

My new favorite tequila isn’t really a tequila, legally. It was made by a man whose family has been making tequila for centuries longer than laws defining tequila have existed.

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A month in the agave life

I’m about to share some very intimate details of my life with you.

Well, kind of. I’m an extremely private person, despite the intensely social nature of my work. In this blog post, I’ll be sharing more about my day-to-day life than I ever have before.

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