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Weber Blue agave pine cones, called pinas, sit at the Patron Spirits Co. distillery in Atotonilco El Alto, Jalisco, Mexico, on Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The Trump administration is looking to re-examine the North American Free Trade Agreement in a move that has jarred sellers of Mexican products. Tequila is specifically protected under Nafta, and the spirit can only carry that name if it's made from 100 percent Weber Blue agave in the Jalisco region of Mexico. Photographer: Hector Guerrero/Bloomberg via Getty Images

So THAT'S Where Tequila Comes From

Before you even think about licking your hand, sprinkling some salt and downing a shot of tequila in honor of Cinco de Mayo, there is something you need to know: that's not how you're supposed to drin...