Tequila and Mexican cocktails are closely intertwined. But Mexico's contribution to the global liquor cosmos has a rich history since its origins date as far as 1000 BC. The Aztecs began fermenting and processing the Agave
Tequila has been a most loved drink for centuries. It is made from the distillation of juice from the blue agave plant. Pure tequila is made of 100% blue agave, whereas Mixito tequila is mixed with sugar or molasses before fermentation.
Tequila first came into existence in 250-300 A.D. when the Aztec Indians produced a fermented juice of the agave for their ceremonial wine, 'plaque'. This liquid was very important to Aztec culture as they worshipped two Gods.