Blanco Tequila: The World’s Most Versatile Cigar Pairing Spirit

What does a cloistered tequila journalist do when his bourbon, whisky and rum drinking buddies finally invite him to a cigar pairing get together? He brings his favorite blanco tequila and […]

The Añejo Way of Life With Señor Rio Tequila and Cigars

I admit, I have a soft spot for Señor Rio tequila. Sure, it’s produced at the famed La Cofradía distillery (NOM 1137), where its flagship tequila, Casa Noble, grabs all […]

Today, I Declare My Independence Day!

This sweltering Fourth of July afternoon, I took some time away from my duties at Tequila Aficionado Media to sit outside on our modest patio to enjoy a full bodied […]

How Your Favorite Periodicals Perpetuate Tequila Myths

Editors of major men’s magazines still insist that their audience only shoots tequila. Click To Tweet One Day, At Band Camp… Recently, myself, and a few select others in this tightly […]

Are Tequila Drinkers Killing the Environment?

In 2008, the tequila industry produced 310 million liters of tequila.  For every liter of tequila distilled, 10 liters of vinazas (wastewater) is produced.  In 2008, over 2.5 billion liters […]