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Agave Photo Gallery – Hearts

Page One – Photos of Raw Agave Hearts or Piñas ready to be cooked.

• Raw agave hearts (piñas) being split in half and loaded into adobe ovens at Mundo Cuervo, Tequila, Jalisco. April 22, 2010 – DSC_7526
• Raw agave hearts (piñas) are cut in half prior to being placed in stainless steel autoclaves. Fabrica Partida May 2007 – DSC_2018
• Raw agave hearts (piñas) being split in half and loaded into adobe ovens at Mundo Cuervo, Tequila, Jalisco. April 22, 2010 – DSC_7507 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) being split in half and loaded into adobe ovens at Mundo Cuervo, Tequila, Jalisco. April 22, 2010 – DSC_7543 – D2X
Raw agave piñas (hearts), ready to be cooked, in front of an adobe oven at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan. April 21, 2010 – DSC_0195
Raw agave piñas (hearts), ready to be cooked, in front of an adobe oven at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan. April 21, 2010 – DSC_0196
Agave piñas or pineapples stacked in front of an oven waiting to be cooked at La Cofradia in Tequila – May 2005 – DSC_1037
Agave hearts (piñas) ready to be cooked, Sangre Azteca May 2006, DSC_5514
Agave hearts (piñas) in front of autoclave at Hacienda La Capilla – October 2007 – DSC_3102 – D2X
The Jimador perfoms the Jima, cutting the leaves, to harvest the agave plant at Tres Mujeres Tequila.  April 2010 – DSC_0342
Agave hearts are ready to be cooked in a brick oven or in stainless steel autoclaves Sangre Azteca May 2006 – DSC_5509
Agave hearts (piñas) ready to be cooked, Sangre Azteca May 2006 – DSC_5513
Raw agave hearts (piñas) ready for cooking and processing. October 2007
DSC_3256 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) in the field ready for transport to factory.
October 2007 – Agabe Tequilana DSC_3559 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) and workers in the field Agabe Tequilana
October 2007  DSC_3603 – D2X
The Jimador use a Coa de Jima to trim the agave heart in the field Agabe Tequilana October 2007 – DSC_3547 – D2X
Agave piñas or pineapples stacked in front of an oven waiting to be cooked
at La Cofradia in Tequila May 2005 – DSC_1049
Cooked agave piñas (hearts) are placed on the conveyor to the crusher at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan. April 21, 2010 – DSC_0173
The Jimador perfoms the Jima to harvest the agave plant on the grounds at Tres Mujeres Tequila. April 21 2010 – DSC_0361 – D2Xs
Raw agave hearts (piñas) are cut in half prior to being placed in stainless steel autoclaves. Fabrica Partida May 2007 – DSC_2018
Raw agave hearts (piñas) being split in half and loaded into adobe ovens at Mundo Cuervo, Tequila, Jalisco. April 22, 2010 – DSC_7507 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) being split in half and loaded into adobe ovens at Mundo Cuervo, Tequila, Jalisco. April 22, 2010 – DSC_7543 – D2X
Raw agave piñas (hearts), ready to be cooked, in front of an adobe oven at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan.
April 21, 2010 – DSC_0195
Raw agave piñas (hearts), ready to be cooked, in front of an adobe oven at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan. April 21, 2010 – DSC_0196
Agave piñas or pineapples stacked in front of an oven waiting to be cooked at La Cofradia in Tequila, May 2005 – DSC_1037
Agave hearts (piñas) ready to be cooked Sangre Azteca May 2006, DSC_5514
Agave hearts (piñas) in front of autoclave at Hacienda La Capilla, October 2007, DSC_3102 – D2X
The Jimador perfoms the Jima, cutting the leaves, to harvest the agave plant at Tres Mujeres Tequila.  April 2010 – DSC_0342
Agave hearts are ready to be cooked in a brick oven or in stainless steel autoclaves Sangre Azteca, May 2006 – DSC_5509
Agave hearts (piñas) ready to be cooked Sangre Azteca, May 2006 – DSC_5513
Raw agave hearts (piñas) ready for cooking and processing. October 2007
DSC_3256 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) in the field ready for transport to factory. October 2007 – Agabe Tequilana DSC_3559 – D2X
Raw agave hearts (piñas) and workers in the field Agabe Tequilana, October 2007, DSC_3603 – D2X
The Jimador use a Coa de Jima
to trim the agave heart in the field Agabe Tequilana
October 2007 – DSC_3547 – D2X
Agave piñas or pineapples stacked in front of an oven waiting to be cooked
at La Cofradia in Tequila May 2005 – DSC_1049
Cooked agave piñas (hearts) are placed on the conveyor to the crusher at Tres Mujeres Tequila in Amatitan. April 21, 2010 – DSC_0173
The Jimador perfoms the Jima to harvest the agave plant on the grounds at Tres Mujeres Tequila. April 21 2010 – DSC_0361 – D2Xs

Agave Photo Gallery – Hearts
Page One – Photos of Raw Agave Hearts or Piñas ready to be cooked.