What is tequila?
Tequila is a traditional alcoholic beverage produced in Mexico. According to the myths, tequila is made from cacti, but in fact it is not. And yet, from what tequila is actually made?
Tequila is made from the juice of blue agave - a succulent herbaceous species, which belongs to the family of the Lily.
Agave brought from plantations is cut into several parts and steamed in ovens at 60-85 degrees. After that, it is cooled, carefully crushed and squeezed out the juice. The resulting juice is distilled in containers, diluted with water and yeast is poured into it. The next 7-12 days tequila will roam. The result is a mass with a content of 5-7% alcohol. A double distillation of the liquid mass is carried out and tequila with a strength of 55 degrees is obtained at the outlet, which is slightly diluted with water to obtain a strength of 40 degrees. That's how famous tequila is made!