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Tequila Sello Mexicano

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The Tequila volcano covered these lands with volcanic rock and obsidian.  Our ancestors created arrowheads, knifes and axes from them - Tequila means 'The place where it is cut'

Tequila is a distillate originally from the municipality of Tequila in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. It is made from the fermentation and distillation of juice extracted from blue agave, with denomination of origin in five states of the Mexican Republic. It is perhaps the best known and most representative drink of Mexico in the world.

The Tequila

Grupo Casa Sello Mexicano

It was founded by Mexican entrepreneurs, visionaries with great interest in offering to the international market products derived from the highest quality Agave, promoting the taste of our culture in other countries.

Our bottle shows the traditions of a culture full of creativity, as well as the Mexican artisan inspirations that highlight the importance of our country.

Mexican Traditions

Mexico still retains elements of the aboriginal cultures that populated this territory, which has allowed this country to maintain its cultural integrity and be different from other nations of America.

Mexico has a very rich history, which makes it a country full of attractions.


The charreria is a set of skills, equestrian skills and cowgirls characteristic of the Mexican charro. All this makes a spectacular sport of great popularity in Mexico. The charreria is developed in similar stages to the squares of bulls called charros canvases.

Día de Muertos

The day of the dead is celebrated on 1st and 2nd of november. This festivity is, probably, one of the most recognozed festivities in  the World.

The celebration of the day of the dead has its origin in the aztec culture, in honor of the "lady of death" and the ancestors already deceased. in our days, this lady of death is known as Catrina.


Mariachis are traditional musicians of Mexico. beyond the music, Mariachis represent a cultural revolution, through the use of typical suits and instruments that shows the essence of the mexican people.

The songs of the mariachis, known as ranchers, speak about machism, love, betrayal, disengagement, death and the heroes.

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Grupo Casa Sello Mexicano, S.A de C.V.

Real Acueducto 240, piso 11 Int. 114
Col. Puerta de Hierro
Zapopan, Jalisco

Phones: 33 3611 12 61 / 62

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