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Not all tequila is for slamming -- the best stuff can compete with a fine whiskey and should be savored
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Icy beers, empty beaches. It’s a compelling image, but it captures only a feeble percentage of the diversity and excellence that imbues one of the most incredible countries in the world.
Here are 10 things the travel destination of Mexico does better than anywhere else:
Mexico’s national liquor is a worldwide bar standard, with exports to 96 countries. But don’t come to Mexico expecting to impress locals by chugging a syrupy sweet margarita or knocking down manly shots all night.
Tequila is meant to be sipped and savored, like fine whiskey, which, as any Mexican will tell you, the best tequila can compete with. You can get a taste of the branded stuff on tours such as The Tequila Express operated by Casa Herradura and the Jose Cuervo Express tour.