Tequila Cazadores

Tequila Neat, Hold the Waste: A Look at One Distiller’s Zero Waste Efforts

Mexico-based distiller Tequila Cazadores creates tequila using a seven-step sustainable and zero waste production process.
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By Cristina Commendatore

Tequila Cazadores was originally born in Los Altos de Jalisco, Mexico, in 1922, and the spirit was created by Don Jose Maria to share with friends and family. In 1973, Maria’s grandson, Don Felix, officially opened the first Cazadores distillery, where the tequila is created using a seven-step sustainable and zero waste production process, including double distillation, double fermentation and a careful maturation process.

The Long-Term Benefits of Sustainability in Distilleries

by Nicola Carruthers
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Spirits producers are learning that sustainability is not just in the best interest of the environment but it’s also beneficial for business. The issue of sustainability has been around for a long time but in the past five years the industry has undergone something of an energy revolution. The benefits are numerous; being consistently aware of the environment helps distilleries cut back on long­term costs, appeal to new markets and improve brand image.

Bacardi, Sus Marcas y Socios Distribuyen $215,000 USD a la Cruz Roja, UNICEF, Construyendo y Otras Organizaciones en México

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  • US$100,000 son de Bacardi para los esfuerzos de asistencia y reconstrucción del terremoto en México
  • US$50,000 son de CAZADORES® Tequila y duplicará hasta US$50,000 la aportación de sus clientes
  • US$15,000 son de CEPAS de Argentina, el socio de Bacardi en el Cono Sur
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  • US$100,000 son de Bacardi para los esfuerzos de asistencia y reconstrucción del terremoto en México
  • US$50,000 son de CAZADORES® Tequila y duplicará hasta US$50,000 la aportación de sus clientes
  • US$15,000 son de CEPAS de Argentina, el socio de Bacardi en el Cono Sur

Tequila CAZADORES® Distillery Harnesses Green Energy

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With rugged engineering and a colossal arrangement of pipes, the Tequila CAZADORES® distillery in Arandas, Mexico, derives all power for distillation from its modern, clean-burning biomass boiler. Built to harness every bit of green energy it can, the plant-fueled biomass boiler reduces the distillery’s greenhouse gasses.

Tequila Cazadores Cuts Carbon Footprint

by Melita Kiely
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Bacardi-owned Tequila Cazadores has ditched fossil fuels and is now using discarded products made during production to generate energy through its new biomass boiler.

Located in the Highlands of Jalisco, Mexico, the distillery’s new biomass boiler uses discarded parts of agave plants to power the site, making Cazadores 100% biomass-fuelled.

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