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The Fine Art of Tequila: A Photo Essay by Peter Murphy

It may just be a small shop on the corner of General Augustin Sangines and Avenida Reforma…but you should go inside to see its true colors. My travel friend Nancy, who lives in Ensenada, introduced me to the finer tequilas of La Catrina, which we liberally enjoy.  But the treatment of the bottles caught my attention as a photographer.  Seems to me if distillers value their tequila enough to create these wonderful containers, the stuff inside must be good, too.  So we put my camera and our theory to the test.  La Catrina passes both tests with flying colors, so to speak.

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

The Fine Art of Tequila

About the Author

Peter Murphy is a photographer/photojournalist/visual storyteller based in Bend, Oregon. To see more of his striking images – in Baja and beyond – visit petermurphy.zenfolio.com.  Prints are available for purchase.


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