Tequila pilgrimage: Mexican town celebrates signature spirit
Mark Rogers, Special for USA TODAY
After a visit to the Mexican town of Tequila, you’ll never approach drinking the spirit in the same manner. Your mind will swim with memories of the heady molasses smell of roasting agave, the subtle differences in color between types of tequila, the beauty of the agave fields bordered by mountains and the ringing of the church bells in the town square.
Tequila is a "Pueblo Mágico" (Magical Town). These are small towns promoted and protected by the Mexican government as places of special heritage and history. Most visitors to Tequila are day-trippers from cosmopolitan Guadalajara, 37 miles away. Click Here To Read More!