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Tequila: A Traditional Art of Mexico
Alberto Ruy-Sanchez (ed); Margarita de Orellana (ed); Eliot Weinberger (ed)
Tequila, the national drink of Mexico, has remained an essential part of the country’s history & culture, from the Spanish colonial period to modern times. And its varieties, whether made by huge manufacturers or tiny family enterprises, are nearly endless. Profusely illus. with vintage & modern photos, this is a complete guide to all things tequila. It presents an A-Z consumer’s guide with descriptions of scores of brands of tequila, discussing & rating their quality & relating their history, & accompanied by photos of the tequila bottles & labels -- themselves a Mexican art form. Includes tequila recipes; & poems & stories about tequila from some of Mexico’s finest writers, including a previously unpublished short story by novelist Laura Esquivel.
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