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  • noun Plural form of agave.

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Examples

  • The hearts of the agaves are then pulled out of the pit and crushed, mixed with water and left to ferment.

    Mescal

  • The hearts of the agaves are then pulled out of the pit and crushed, mixed with water and left to ferment.

    Mescal

  • In addition, it is uncertain precisely when people first deliberately cultivated agave plants on any scale (as opposed to relying on the harvesting of wild agaves), but there are certainly no records of this happening in the first half of the 16th century.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • In addition, it is uncertain precisely when people first deliberately cultivated agave plants on any scale (as opposed to relying on the harvesting of wild agaves), but there are certainly no records of this happening in the first half of the 16th century.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • The distillation of agaves to produce tequila is believed to date from the second half of the 16th century; the earliest substantiated written record dates from 1621.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • In addition, it is uncertain precisely when people first deliberately cultivated agave plants on any scale (as opposed to relying on the harvesting of wild agaves), but there are certainly no records of this happening in the first half of the 16th century.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • In addition, it is uncertain precisely when people first deliberately cultivated agave plants on any scale (as opposed to relying on the harvesting of wild agaves), but there are certainly no records of this happening in the first half of the 16th century.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • The distillation of agaves to produce tequila is believed to date from the second half of the 16th century; the earliest substantiated written record dates from 1621.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • The distillation of agaves to produce tequila is believed to date from the second half of the 16th century; the earliest substantiated written record dates from 1621.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

  • The distillation of agaves to produce tequila is believed to date from the second half of the 16th century; the earliest substantiated written record dates from 1621.

    ancient eucalyptus trees

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