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A Travel Blog entry by todde22 from Paraiso, tabasco, mexico, Mexico
A Travel Blog entry by kimbutterfly15 from Tabasco, Mexico
The bad flooding in Mexico you may be hearing about is in Tabasco. See map pin, This is not located near where i am and we have not been effected by it, nor will we be traveling near here...so no worries on my part, only for those there whose homes and ...
A Travel Blog entry by mcgovern from Avery Island, Louisiana, United States
... us to the Tabasco factory in Avery Island. On the way we had to pass through a town called Emma, Louisiana. It's funny because I love tabasco, and Emma is the closest town to the Tabasco factory. When we first got out of the RV, I could already ...
A Travel Blog entry by modernnomad67 from New Iberia, Louisiana, United States
If there's one commercial product associated with Louisiana it's McIlhenny Tabasco Sauce, produced at a plant on Avery Island south of New Iberia where all the peppers it uses are grown. I recall teaching an economics class at DeVry University back in ...
A Travel Blog entry by westfalia2012 from Holly Beach, Louisiana, United States
... et de vinaigre. Ils brassent le mélange pendant 28 jours et les mettent en bouteille. Voilà! maintenant, lorsque nous mangerez du tabasco dites-vous que cela à pris 3 ans et 28 jours à fabriquer. Cette présentation était gratuite et en plus, nous ...
A Travel Blog entry by lanza_romanza from Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, United States
... a household name ever since. Paying a one dollar toll to enter the island, the subtle yet unmistakable scent of Tabasco fills your nostrils about three hundred yards from the facility. Parking at the visitors center, we took a free tour ...
A Travel Blog entry by raniroo from New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
... nbsp; That's okay because there are going to be plenty of sampling inside the store. The Tabsco store is jammed packed with Tabasco goodies (obviously). I was in awe at the amount of products that are available (not just your 3 choices you get here ...
A Travel Blog entry by yunuenrivera from Villahermosa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico
... me abrieran. La señora fue la que se levantó. Caminé por donde según mi mapa sería para encontrar Paseo Tabasco, sobre la calle que está el parque, pero tuve que preguntar dos veces para encontrarlo. La gente es seria, pero ...
A Travel Blog entry by ruthjohnson78 from Avery Island, Louisiana, United States
... be ridiculously hot, but again, I've eaten the hot sauce in nandos which I think is hotter. They also had tabasco ice-cream which sounded disgusting. After Avery Island we headed to New Iberia and went to an Antebellum plantation house (i.e. ...
A Travel Blog entry by goodrichodyssey from Avery Island, Louisiana, United States
... bottles of sauce at one dollar apiece wholesale to grocers around the Gulf Coast, particularly in New Orleans. He labeled it “Tabasco,” a word of Mexican Indian origin believed to mean “place where the soil is humid” or ...
A Travel Blog entry by thelees from Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico
... a stopover from 11pm to midnight. What else was there to do except find a taco stand! The eternal quest. There was no tabasco in sight even though we were in the state of Tabasco. Good thing we always have a Tabasco state of mind and a hip ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelagain from Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
... , out on the highway, served us boiled whole crawfish with fried onion rings. There was a flavorful dipping sauce with Tabasco and other spices. Again, it wasn’t hot is flavor at all. George showed us how to ...
A Travel Blog entry by sparcat from New Iberia, Louisiana, United States
... are cooked with the heads. Today we went to the Tabasco Factory and Jungle Garden Tour. Got to taste a huge variety of Tabasco products and watch the bottling and manufacturing process. The whole place smelled like one big tabasco pepper. Then we drove ...
A Travel Blog entry by chrisleslie from Avery Island, Louisiana, United States
... where I learned how to pronounce McIlhenny as they must have said "Mackle-henny" 17 times during the film. So now when I look at a Tabasco bottle the "McIlhenny Co." and "Avery Island, LA" on the label will have much more meaning. We got to sample all the ...
A Travel Blog entry by rogersusieq from New Iberia, Louisiana, United States
Derek kim and the girls went to the beach today, Susie and I went to McIhenery tabasco sause plant in New Iberia, Toured thier plant and saw how Tabasco salt is made, They ferment it in barrels for 3 years before shipping final product. In the 1800s ...
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Av. Paseo Tabasco No. 1407, Villahermosa, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico
Located on Paseo Tabasco, just 15 min from the International Airport, and connected to the Galerias Tabasco 2000 shopping mall and the Convention Center, with easy access to the city's main financial, cultural, business and entertainment areas. Marriott ...Traveler Rating
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Avery Island, Louisiana, United States699 reviews
Visit the Tabasco factory, where the best known hot sauce is fermented.