Hotel Trueba

Address: Oriente Sur No 485 Esq Sur 1 Col. Centro, Orizaba, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 94300, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Oriente Sur No 485 Esq Sur 1 Col. Centro, Orizaba, is near Calle Independencia.
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Travel Blogs from Orizaba

Tequila Tour

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Feb 15, 2014

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... neither tasted to great to me. From the agave field, they put it in the plant is cooked, then processed to where a machines separates the solid and liquid. The liquid then goes into a big drum and fermented. After weeks of
fermenting, it goes underground in barrels and stored at room temperature. It can’t be too hot or too cold. There were over 1,000 barrels of tequila in this cavern and ...


A travel blog entry by nacrobat on Jan 25, 2014


... was a little pricey. After paying, however, I put all thoughts of money aside and settled in to enjoy the tour. The distillery is actually part of a beautiful hacienda with historic buildings dating back to 1870, and lovely grounds with a citrus orchard. Interestingly, the citrus trees play an important part in what makes Herradura so tasty and special. After the blue agave plant is discarded of its long leaves by the jimador (harvester) and the core or piņa is ...

Tequila, it makes me happy

A travel blog entry by propyr_teidi on Jul 31, 2010

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... just as nuts about them as with the whole wristband malarchy). Then we were set to go. Note; at some stage or another (I will forever think of this as the 'mural' stage, as we were being shown a mural depicting the process of making tequila when this was at its strongest) the agave/partially distilled tequila absolutely reeks of stinky feet.

First off we saw the raw agave 'hearts' being shipped in from the fields. They harvest them year-round and still use ...

Arriba – Abajo – al Centro – al

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 03, 2010

3 comments, 70 photos

... visit. After a few samples, we were off and away. We boarded a bright orange bus that vaguely resembled a tequila bottle. A few minutes outside of town and we had arrived at the Rubio Distillery. Chuy took us on a tour of the grounds, starting with a tequila museum. Here, we learned the basics of the origin of the city, history of the ancestors and common myths that they believed, and ...

You have a friend in Tequila

A travel blog entry by lilianna on Jan 18, 2010

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... to the restaurant and made plans to leave early the next day.

Our drive took us up into the Sierra Madres. Deep valleys line the road and now dormant volcanoes dot the landscape. Before we knew it, we were in Tequila. We made our way to the City Square for a late breakfast and waited to meet Arturo. When he arrived we showed him the newspaper article that I had brought with me. A rapid conversation in Spanish ensued and we were assured that even in this city of over ...