Production of Mexico's famously potent national drink starts with the fermentation and distillation of Agave tequilana juice, which then goes through several stages of hand-processing to arrive at the various types. It's a worthy subject for a museum, but this place is no longer a museum: it's simply a very well-stocked tequila shop with well-informed staff.
They'll happily advise you about their products, which are fairly cheap to buy here, and you can sample the wares - and that may be all the tequila tuition you need!
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