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Mayahuel, the Goddess of Tequila, Dwells at Casa Magna Marriott, Puerto Vallarta
email this pageprint this pageemail usKathleen Dobek - PVNN
August 16, 2010

You do not need to be a guest at Casa Magna to enjoy a glass of tequila at their bar or buy a bottle in their deli. Click HERE for more info.
Mayahuel, the tequila goddess, resides at Casa Magna Marriott Resort in Puerto Vallarta. For six years, some of the finest tequila distilled in Mexico has been bottled exclusively for Casa Magna Marriott. Sold only in Puerto Vallarta at Casa Magna, this tequila is a sublime experience for lovers of the distilled spirit of blue agave.

Hundreds of blue agave plants are part of the landscaping at Casa Magna, and it is the hearts of these same plants that are harvested when mature to be distilled into a most wonderful tequila. Casa Magna bottle five grades, blanco, joven, reposado, añejo, and extra añejo, all of which can be enjoyed at their bar or purchased at the hotel. Classes in tequila appreciation are offered at Casa Magna by their sommelier, Audrey Formisano.

As part of our journalistic duties, we sat down and savored a glass of Casa Magna extra añejo. After this experience, we will never again be able to think of tequila as a drink to be downed with a slice of lime and a pinch of salt. Served in an ouverture tequila glass, this was as good as the finest whiskey or cognac. To experience this yourself, stop by Casa Magna Marriott.

To read all about it and view more photos, visit my blog, Cooking in Mexico.
Kathleen Dobek explores the culinary traditions of Mexico from her home in La Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit. Through regular columns on BanderasNews and via her Cooking in Mexico blog, Kathleen shares her experiences in Mexico and introduces the great variety of New World ingredients and contemporary dishes of this country to the foreigners who visit and live here.

Click HERE to read more articles by Kathleen Dobek.

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