Man of the Hour Presents Tequila Temptations Recipes

The latest edition of the Mixed Drinks articles, Man of the Hour magazine has a list of all your favorite tequila-based recipes.
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Feb. 4, 2014 - PRLog -- The alcohol tequila has a long and rich history in our world, and can be traced all the way back to the Aztecs, who created a variation known as Octli, and later known as Pulque.  The creation of the actual tequila that we know and love today was not truly created until around the 16th century, when Spanish Conquistadors began distilling the local Agave plant when their original supply of brandy ran out.  It took another three hundred years for someone, Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle, to begin mass producing tequila and setting up the first known factory in now modern-day Jalisco, Mexico.

Depending on the location of the harvested Agave plants, the type of tequila can differ in taste.  Offically, there are five different categories of bottled tequila, all which range in flavor and alcohol content. These categories are Blanco/Plato ("white" or "silver"), Joven/Oro ("young" or "gold"), Reposado ("rested"), Anejo ("aged") or Extra Anejo ("extra aged").

In honor of this wonderful and creative alcohol, Man of the Hour magazine has released an article covering everything you might need to know about tequila, as well as a variety of recipes to impress friends and family.  The recipes include classics like Tequila Sunrise, as well as the lesser known In-Sandiary.

For the full article, follow the link here:

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