How the Historic Tahona is Reemerging

Rock On: How the Historic Tahona is Reemerging in Modern Tequila

Tales of the Cocktail

We’ll tell you why tequila production has returned to the stone age with the ancient tahona…

Frankenstein is making tequila. Not the monster, of course. He already has his own shot (not to mention an off-menu seasonal Frappuccino at Starbucks). We’re talking about Frankenstein the machine—a pieced-together wonder of engineering built by tequila royalty Felipe Camarena, which he uses to make G4 Tequila at Rancho El Pandillo in Jesús María, Mexico…

1 Comment to “How the Historic Tahona is Reemerging”

  1. By Baja Berger, October 10, 2015 @ 1:50 pm

    Well done article about the tahona.

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