The 27 Best Tequila Brands That You Have Probably Never Heard About

If you wanted to go search online to find the best tequila brands, it should be an easy job, right? See which ones get picked the most and then you’ll be set. Unfortunately, as I’ve learned after researching this subject for years, there’s almost no agreement from article to article, from competition to competition. In [&hellip

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Postpone, Don’t Cancel That Vacation Booking

Did you book a vacation or hotel stay before the planes stopped flying, borders started closing, and everyone went into lockdown? If you’re like me, you’ve probably got some flights, hotel bookings, or even vacation packages out there hanging in limbo. On behalf of the travel industry, we’re asking you to please postpone your plans, [&hellip

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Evaga Extra Añejo Tequila Aged Four Years

I’m always looking for an interesting new tequila brand I haven’t heard of to try and I recently picked up a bottle of Evaga Extra Anejo in a store in Guanajuato, Mexico. It turns out this one is made in the namesake town of Tequila in Jalisco, the home of Jose Cuervo, Sauza, Orendain, and [&hellip

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Oaxaca Spanish Language Classes With a Side of Food and Excursions

Most people understand that it’s a lot easier to learn a foreign language if you’re in the country where it’s spoken. In Oaxaca City in Mexico, you get the added bonus of being in one of Mexico’s top food destinations, its top handicraft center, and a place where there are a variety of interesting excursions [&hellip

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Very Few Virus Cases in Latin America (So Far)

March 16 Update – Any article about the COVID-19 Coronavirus is out of date a day later as the disease keeps spreading and countries that weren’t testing properly (especially the USA) have had a lack of proper reporting. Much of what was written just 8 days ago below now seems downright rosy in comparison to [&hellip

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The Best Mendoza Winery Hotels

Back in the ’00s when we first started covering winery hotels around Mendoza and the vineyard region, there wasn’t all that much to talk about. Most of the “bodegas”–as the wineries are called in this area–don’t have any kind of lodging attached to them. The ones that do have a hotel though have gotten both [&hellip

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