A Hotel in Jalisco Has a Tequila Distillery in Its Backyard

Imagine this. You are on vacation and wake up at a gorgeous hotel in a little town in Mexico.   

You stroll over to open your balcony and let in some light.   

When you open the doors, the scent of cooked piñas fills the room, rather than the beautiful green garden.  

But these aren't just any old pineapples from the grocery store;   

Aries they're the pineapple-shaped sections of agave plants that, once cooked and prepared,  

turn into your favorite Mexican liquor, tequila, and the entire process is just a few steps away.   

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