FromMexicoToTheWorld!Tequila<br />
A long time ago, a stormarose in a field of agave and somethunder and lightningfellontheplants. And madetheheart of the ag...
Long beforethespanisharrived. TheAztecpeoplehadpreviouslymadea fermentedbeveragefromthe Agave plant, whichtheycalled OCTLI...
Pedro Sanchez de Tagle (1800) beganmassproducing, he hadthefirstfactory in Jalisco, Mexico.<br />Don Cenobio Sauza(1884) f...
Tequila´szonewithorigindenomination<br />
Do youknowhowtomake Tequila?Beforemassproduction.<br />
Do youknowhowtomake Tequila?AftermassproductionTequila as well as champagne and cognacis a drinkwithorigindenomination. It...
Boom of Tequila<br />Since 2002 the sales of thefinesttequilas haveincreasedthe 28% everyyear.<br />In 2006 sales of Herra...
In Mexicothemosttraditionalwaytodrink tequila iswithsalt and lime.<br />Waystoenjoy Tequila<br />In someregionsis popular ...
Sangrita is a sweet, sour and spicydrinktypicalmade of orangejuiceortomatojuicegrenadine and hotchilies and equalsizedshot...
Tequila Slammer (muppet) is a mix of tequila and grapefruitcarbonateddrink (softdrink) served in a shot<br />Margarita, va...
Conclusions:Tequila wasaneconomicsuccessstory.Tequila putsour country ontheworldmapforitshigh sales.Whileitisgoodtoknowtha...
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  1. 1. FromMexicoToTheWorld!Tequila<br />
  2. 2. A long time ago, a stormarose in a field of agave and somethunder and lightningfellontheplants. And madetheheart of the agave cooked and camewithin a kind of honey. <br />Ourancestorstasted and adopted in theirsacredrites.<br />History<br />
  3. 3. Long beforethespanisharrived. TheAztecpeoplehadpreviouslymadea fermentedbeveragefromthe Agave plant, whichtheycalled OCTLI and latercalled PULQUE.<br />Afterthespanisharrived (1521). WhentheConquistadorsranoutown brandy. Theybegantodistill agave azul to produce thefirstindigenousdestilledbeverage<br />
  4. 4. Pedro Sanchez de Tagle (1800) beganmassproducing, he hadthefirstfactory in Jalisco, Mexico.<br />Don Cenobio Sauza(1884) founder of Sauza Tequila wasthefirsttoexport tequila totheUnitedStates. Don Cenobio´sgrandson Francisco Sauzagainedinternationalattentionforcomplaningthat “Therecannot be tequila wheretherearen’t agaves”, thereforeonlyreal tequila comes from Tequila Jalisco Mexico .<br />
  5. 5. Tequila´szonewithorigindenomination<br />
  6. 6. Do youknowhowtomake Tequila?Beforemassproduction.<br />
  7. 7. Do youknowhowtomake Tequila?AftermassproductionTequila as well as champagne and cognacis a drinkwithorigindenomination. It´sproductionismonitoredbytheTequila RegulatoryCouncil<br />
  8. 8. Boom of Tequila<br />Since 2002 the sales of thefinesttequilas haveincreasedthe 28% everyyear.<br />In 2006 sales of Herradura Reposado Tequila werefor 776 million<br />
  9. 9. In Mexicothemosttraditionalwaytodrink tequila iswithsalt and lime.<br />Waystoenjoy Tequila<br />In someregionsis popular todrink fine tequila with a side of sangrita<br />
  10. 10. Sangrita is a sweet, sour and spicydrinktypicalmade of orangejuiceortomatojuicegrenadine and hotchilies and equalsizedshots of tequila and sangrita<br />Anotherpopular drinkin Mexicoisthe Bandera(flag) itconsist of threeshotglassesfilledwith lime juice(green), white tequila(white), and sangrita(red)<br />
  11. 11. Tequila Slammer (muppet) is a mix of tequila and grapefruitcarbonateddrink (softdrink) served in a shot<br />Margarita, vampiro, charro negro, paloma, are othersvery popular beverageswith tequila<br />
  12. 12. Conclusions:Tequila wasaneconomicsuccessstory.Tequila putsour country ontheworldmapforitshigh sales.Whileitisgoodtoknowthatournationaldrink has brought a lot of moneytoour country. Rememberthatisjustfashion of alcoholicbeverageconsumers.So remember, Tequila………. Goodfortheeconomy.But, Badforyourliver<br />

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