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TRC stands for Tequila Regulatory Council (Mexico)
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A Brief Tequila Terminology Guide With more than 1,000 registered brands of tequila as reported by the Tequila Regulatory Council, it's not exactly easy to remember those brands let alone their differences.
EXTRAS ATTRACT Established a few years ago by the Tequila Regulatory Council, extra anejos are a superpremium category, aged a minimum of three years in oak barrels (many see much more maturation than that) compared to one to three years of aging for regular anejos, two months to a year for reposados and little or no barrel time for blancos.
6 million cases, according to the official statistics of the Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT), located in Guadalajara.
Having some of those drinks is like getting a cat shoved down your throat backwards" says Ramon Gonzalez, director of the Tequila Regulatory Council.
8 million liters, according to Mexico's Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT) which notes that the high demand has turned tequila into something of a delicacy, boosting prices and thus making it too expensive for many Mexicans.
The conference includes: * Meetings with tequila industry legends, The National Tequila Chamber, The Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT), master distillers, and expert tasters * Workshops on developing a tequila brand, and developing a tequila bar * Industry workshops on production techniques, and investment opportunities * Visits to an agave plantation, and four specially selected tequila distilleries * Formal tequila tastings held by professional tequila tasters, with tastings of over fifty different tequilas "The WITC gave me an opportunity to share my passion and experience for tequila with the industry," said Mark Alberto Holt, creator of the SFT Tequila Bar in Sayulita, Mexico.
In 2005, the Tequila Regulatory Council of Mexico created a new tequila classification: extra anejo.