How Much Do You Really Know About Tequila?

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  • rjdenton479.1e23a posted 2 years ago

    This is a joke, right? The comments get dumber, the further you read.

    The tool is a coa. Jima is spanish for harvest. The leaves are not used for anything, unless you found a way to smoke them, or something.

    The 5 states are the the designated area. What was this? A pop quiz for kindergardeners?

  • rjdenton479.1e23a posted 2 years ago

    This is a joke, right? The comments get dumber, the further you read.

  • jesus85 posted 2 years ago

    the question : the tool to remove the hearth of agave is not a coa its jima thats why is call jimador and its not to remove the hearth from the ground is for take the leaves from the plant the jimadores uses a donkey or a track tor to remove the hearth just saw it

  • chris.1a36f6 posted 2 years ago

    Not all tequilas can be called mezcal, since mezcal - just like tequila - can only come from certain regions. Hence, a tequila made in the highlands of Jalisco (for example) is not a mezcal.

  • ariknyc.e59b posted 2 years ago

    "Technically" Tequila has not been a Mezcal since the D.O. of Mezcal was established in 1994.

  • donnass2yahoocom997448481 posted 2 years ago

    Wrong - the leaves are used in the process

  • theo54 posted 2 years ago

    The tool to remove the heart of the agave is called..?

  • Mattwm posted 2 years ago

    This is a trick question, first they ask if it produced in "a" designated territory in Mexico, then they list 5 areas.

  • jenglishmangmailcom226263405 posted 2 years ago

    The last question is bogus. Dan Akroyd is a principal in the agency which reps Patron in Canada.


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