Don't expect too much, but this museum gives an overview on the process of how tequila and mescal are done.
The place is a modern building on the corner of Plaza Garibaldi the place where the mariachi use to gather in mexico City. Besides the production process of tequila and mescal, it shows the huge number of brands that these typical drinks have developed. It also compares the traditional way with the most modern and industrial way of producing them.
The museum has objects, pictures, films, thousands of bottles and a small room for art based on the maguey, the plant from where the basic sirup for tequila is extracted. There are many references and pictures on the mariachis. At the end of the visit you can go to the top level, where there is a reasonably good restaurant to taste tequila and/or mescal (it is included in your ticket).
And of course, there is a shop in the ground floor selling many items related to tequila and mescal, especially the many brands of them.
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