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LocalAventura Tour: Guadalajara Tequila & Mezcal Tasting Tour
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Guadalajara Tequila & Mezcal Tasting Tour

Become a true taster of Mexican spirits

2 hrs


2 ~ 10

Medium content


Taste the world's best tequila and mezcal in the land where they are madd! During this 2-hour fun and educational experience, you will learn everything that a good taster of Tequila and Mezcal should know: its history, its differences and similarities in flavor, color, aroma, production technique, raw materials, designations of origin, regulations as well as its link with Mexican traditions, music and art. During the tasting and pairing, you will be guided by local guide Fernando, who will explain everything about how to properly taste and pair agave spirits. After the tasting, you'll be able to clarify your doubts with the Fernando while bonding over the high quality spirits. This 2-hour tequila and mezcal adventure is a great opportunity to learn about Mexico's two famous spirits in a fun and social environment. 


  • Meet your guide at a coordinated meeting point in the historical center
  • Cultural lesson about Mezcal & Tequila history
  • Educational guided tasting (6 to 7 ounces of spirits)
  • Pairing for agave spirits
  • Round of questions with agave spirits expert

Available days


Eligibility criteria

  • Must be 18 years or older

What's Included

  • Knowledgeable local guide
  • Educational guided tastings of mezcal and tequila

What's not included

  • Food
  • Open bar
  • Tips
  • Transportation to meeting point


Parking can be complicated in the historic center of Guadalajara; we recommend Uber or taxi.



I was born in Ensenada, Baja California, a small fishing town in northern Mexico near the US border. Due to the cultural diversity in my hometown, I became passionate about the beach, seafood and foreign and local sports such as soccer, football, baseball, basketball and volleyball. I am an assiduous reader of Mexican literature and history and a passionate taster of tequila, mezcal, pulque and other agave spirits. In 2008, I moved to Guadalajara, the place where our national spirit par excellence is produced. While studying at the University of Guadalajara, I started to work in the tequila industry as a bilingual tour guide. Since, I have had the opportunity to share the tequila culture with people from all over the world as we tour the distilleries in the valley of Tequila & Amatitan. As a tour guide and a sociologist, I value cultural exchange. I love transmitting the knowledge and history of my country to those who show interest. It is extremely interesting and valuable to see how many people come to Mexico to learn about our traditions, customs, landscapes, art, food and drinks. As a Mexican, I will always be proud to share the beautiful and incredible things Mexico has to offer!

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