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Tequila Is Most Popular Product Among Mexico Visitors

The Yucatan Times
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September 3, 2017
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Tequila ranks first among the products most consumed by foreigners during their visit to the country, being one of the main purchases for 57 percent of international visitors that travel to Mexico, according to the National Chamber of Industry Tequila.

Notimex reports figures from the Tequila Regulatory Council reveal that being one of the products with the largest number of exports worldwide, the tequila industry has positioned this beverage as a delicacy for visitors in our country, consumed by more than 33 thousand 890 international tourists during their stay in the areas of agave cultivation.

Characteristic for its taste and smell of agave, UNESCO declared it as a regional heritage due to the importance that tourists give to it as a symbol of Mexican tradition.

Among the main tequila destinations that stand out by the Ministry of Tourism are Jalisco, Nayarit, Guanajuato, Michoacán and Tamaulipas; which have increased their visits by 49 percent this year.

In this context, Almundo.com country manager Sylvia Esquivel says that when tourists want to visit tequila destinations, more than 45 percent of visitors are always looking for packages or promotions that include their consumption.

Read the rest at The Yucatan Times

Related: Everything You Wanted to Know About Tequila But Were Afraid to Ask (HighSnobiety)


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