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Ask a Bartender: What's the Difference Between Highland and Lowland Tequila?

7 days ago   |   By Vine Pair

In wine, the word terroir is used to describe the taste characteristics and flavors that are imparted from the earth and environment from which the wine was produced. However, the French term, which loosely translates to earth and soil, can also be associated with spirits like tequila. Most know that tequila is made from the agave plants that reside in the Mexican state of Jalisco, but it's much less widely known that there are two distinct types of the spirit produced here: highland tequila and lowland tequila. To understand the difference between the variations, we spoke with Jose Valle...
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