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Food

Video: From the Agave Field to the Distillery-How Tequila is Made

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You drink it from a shot glass with some salt and a wedge of lime, or you mix it into a margarita or other cocktails, but do you know how tequila is made? Los Angeles-based mixologist and cocktail expert Natalie Bovis, aka The Liquid Muse, recently had the chance to see how it's made, from the agave field to the distillery of Jose Cuervo in the town of Tequila in Jalisco, Mexico. She warns us, though--you'll probably crave a margarita after watching this!