Less than an hour’s drive from the heart of Mexico City lies the expansive ruins of Teotihuacan, a massive city of nearly 120,000 people who built pyramids, temples and palaces before disappearing around 650 A.D.
This civilization, which pre-dates the Aztecs, remains a mystery in many ways. But new research has found they brewed a tequila-like drink called pulque as a source of food and nutrition, not just to forget their woes.
Vallarta Tequila Tastings
Ricardo and Corinna gave us a great lesson on all things tequila: it’s history, how it is made, where it is made, how to appreciate the subtle notes of good tequila. Each was paired with a fantastic dish which made the meal simply amazing. Thanks...More