Tequila

(from the article `tequila`) ...Tequila contains 40–50 percent alcohol (80–100 U.S. proof). The beverage, which was developed soon after the Spaniards introduced distillation to ...
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Tequila

(Mexican) Distilled liquor made from the agave, or century plant. Typically served in a shot glass or blended in margaritas or other cocktails.
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tequila

noun Mexican liquor made from fermented juices of an agave plant
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Tequila

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Tequila

A distillate of the sap of the century plant. Sometimes called "Cactus Whiskey". Mexican spirit distilled from the fermented juice of the blue agave plant.
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tequila

distilled liquor, usually clear in colour and unaged, that is made from the fermented juice of the Mexican agave plant, specifically several ... [1 related articles]
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tequila

Mexican alcoholic drink distilled from the agave plant. It is named after the place, near Guadalajara, where the conquistadors first developed it from Aztec pulque, which would keep for only a day
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Tequila

Originally from Tequila, Mexico, tequila is a colorless or pale straw-colored liquor made by fermenting and distilling the sap of the agave plant.
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Tequila

Tequila is a Mexican alcoholic beverage made from the fermented juice of the cactus-like blue agave plant which is then distilled. Tequila can be drunk un-aged, known as 'blanco' which is renowned for being harsh and aggressive, or can be aged in wooden barrels to develop very different characteristics, notably smoothness.
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Tequila

Tequila is a product of the mezcal plant. (specifically the blue agave) One misconception is that me
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Tequila

World renowned liquor distilled from the juice of the blue agave, which only grows within 100 miles of Guadalajara.
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tequila

[n] - Mexican liquor made from fermented juices of an Agave plant
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