In the realm of fine spirits, Mijenta stands as a beacon of innovation and sustainability, consistently pushing the boundaries of what tequila can be.
Mijenta co-founder Mike Dolan believes there should be a “shake-out” of Tequila brands as many “don’t have any reason to exist”
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The maestra tequilera of Mijenta Tequila tells us about changing the category’s image and the importance of sustainability.
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Mijenta, whose name is derived from the Spanish for “my people,” is made by Maestra Tequilera Ana Maria Romero—a 25-year industry veteran—using fully mature Blue Weber agave grown in red clay soil.