Comfort Inn Cordoba
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... of using my own room without aircon or using the dorm with aircon. I went for the dorm which was a wise decision as I was sweating each night at 11pm sitting outside which means inside a stuffy room there is a 90% chance I would have died. After earning the ultimate hitch hiking stripes and getting a lift on a motorbike with all my gear I got to the buss station excited to dive into some buss stop tacos, I opted for take away as I wanted to sit near my gate but I ...
... 382;ije se svým 9-ti letým synem už rok. Předtím pobýval několik let ve Státech. Tam už se vracet nechce, a nejraději by zůstal zde, příípadně odešel do Kanady. O Státech, Kanadě a o Mexiku jsme si toho měli dost co povědět. Svým způsobem nám ten chlápek připadal ale trošku divný, jakoby před něčím nebo někým utíkal. No, ať je to jak je, pravdou ...
... seconds. After you swallow you exhale through your mouth. This is really quite magical, because it means you don't get that horrible 'tequila burn' that you otherwise get down your throat, and you can actually TASTE the tequila! If they're any good (i.e. 100% agave) they're like fine whiskies.
So that was all good. We got to try another three samples here; blanco (young), reposado (aged for a minimum of 6 months -I think!) and anejado (can't spell that last ...
... less than one year, and a blanco is not aged. Not only does the taste typically improve over time (gets smoother), as the tequila ages it evaporates in the barrel. Approximately 20% is lost per year due to evaporation. The type of barrel that the tequila is aged in also plays a major role in the taste of the final outcome.
In order for tequila to be called tequila, it must have ...
I have more to tell as I have learned many important lessons this week and want to go more in-depth on some experiences that I had this week but it is currently 1:00 a.m. and I must get up in a few hours! Tomorrow (well, technically), Friday, is our final community impact day in Veracruz and we're going to plant trees in a jungle! Except another blog coming soon :)
Have a wonderful Friday and know that you are all missed dearly :)