Add One Of These Mexican Tequila Tours To Your Travel Itinerary
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Add One Of These Mexican Tequila Tours To Your Travel Itinerary

Mexico
Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Jul 31, 2019

Tequila is more than a beverage. In Mexico, it is a region, a village, a culture, and a history. There is no better way to truly experience tequila than on a tequila tour in Mexico.

If you are looking for a unique experience where you will learn more about the rich history of tequila and the process in which it’s made, check out these great tours.  

Jose Cuervo Express

One of the most famous tequila tours in the world, Jose Cuervo Express starts its journey in Guadalajara and ends at Jose Cuervo’s La Rojeña Distillery aboard a luxury train. While traveling across the agave landscape towards Tequila, you will be served Mexican snacks and cocktails, culminating in a full day of activities including games, music, food, and entertainment. 

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La Rojeña® Distillery

If you want to skip the train tour, you can head directly to La Rojeña® Distillery, the flagship distillery of Cuervo® and the oldest in Latin America. The one hour tour includes a tasting of “Reserva de la Familia”, their premium tequila, as well as a professional tasting in the expert tequila tasting room.

Experience Tequila

Experience Tequila offers unique, authentic tours of Tequila country with an award-winning guide to take you through the experience. Their tours are hands-on adventures unlike any other, with four-day packages that are perfect for those making a first or second trip to Tequila Country. Experience Tequila also arranges custom and VIP Tequila tours of any length, at any time of the year

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Tequila Factory & El Quelite Village

This 6-hour tour includes adventures through three villages: La Noria, La Vinata, and El Quelite. You’ll experience the local culture and lifestyle while also getting a full tour of the tequila-making process, witnessing the same tools used in the 1800’s to produce tequila.