Last updateFri, 05 Feb 2016 2pm

New museum offers intimate look at tequila

A refurbished 1940s house located three kilometers west of Guadalajara’s center has become home to a wide ranging collection related to tequila and its enjoyment. 

Te Quiero Tequila (I Love You, Tequila), as the museum is called, is open every day from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., costs 50 pesos to enter and is the first and only of its kind in the city. (Similar museums exist in outlying areas, such as in the town of Tequila, although they are often run by individual tequila producers and carry only their own brand for tasting and purchase.) As such, the museum may be a good alternative to more expensive and time consuming options.

Located on Avenida La Paz not far from Centro Magno shopping center, Te Quiero Tequila consists of some nine pristine rooms on two floors, with a tasting room and gift shop on the first floor.

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