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While all of Jalisco can legally grow the blue agave for tequila, or produce tequila, only a portion of four other states can do so. Of these, three (Michoacan, Guanajuato and Nayarit) border Jalisco. The fourth, Tamaulipas, is further east, on Mexico's Caribbean (Gulf) coast. More than 80% of all blue agave is grown in Jalisco (more than 336 million agaves planted throughout Mexico in the years 2000 to 2006).
Updated Oct. 27, 2007
Links to Other Tequila Sites
There are many Internet sites about tequila, mezcal and agave. There are many with news, reviews, galleries and information. There are also those which simply steal the content of others and present it as their own.
Many distillers now have their own web sites, as well, although many are in Spanish only. Some producers only have email, not Web sites.
These are just a few of the available sites if you want to continue your studies or link up with the wider tequila community. Please feel free to send me additional links you feel should be listed here.
Please note that www.tequila.com is NOT a website for the drink tequila, but rather a UK-based branding and marketing company using the name of the spirit.
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