Event Details

Tequila is made from blue agave, a particular variety of spiny succulent native to Mesoamerica which can be found on Mexico's dusty plains.

Besides geography and its foundational ingredient, how does one discern good Tequila from a mediocre one? What options may one consider to enjoy the beverage neat or mixed?

To address these and other questions, Corporate Network will host a tasting session with an expert who will open your perspective and deepen your understanding of one of Mexico's global exports.

Join us for what promises to be an enlightening and enjoyable gathering.

Please note that this event is limited to senior-level executives and per invitation only. If you are not an existing member of The Economist Corporate Network, but would like to learn how you can attend our events, please contact us.


  • Herman Warren (Network Director, Africa of The Economist Corporate Network)

    Herman Warren

    Network Director, Africa of The Economist Corporate Network


    Herman Warren is The Economist Corporate Network’s Network Director for Africa. Herman works with corporate clients to provide insight and analysis on a range of topics related to the broad and specific African context, helping clients to prosper in one of the world's fastest growing and most dynamic economic zones. He regularly chairs and moderates events and delivers custom briefings to senior executives. Herman is the author of a number of white papers on infrastructure, financial and commercial developments in the region. Herman has previously worked as a management consultant with Bain & Company, started and run a successful mobile technology company and has held senior posts in both public- and private-sector corporations. Herman holds a BBA degree in Finance from Howard University.

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