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Description

Agave echinoides.

Agave is a succulent plant of a large botanical genus of the same name, belonging to the family Agavaceae. Chiefly Mexican, agaves occur also in the southern and western United States and in central and tropical South America. The plants have a large rosette of thick fleshy leaves, each ending generally in a sharp point and with a spiny margin. Agave species are popular ornamental plants. It is a common misconception that agaves are cacti. Agaves are closely related to the lily and amaryllis families, and are not related to cacti.

Four major parts of the agave are edible: the flowers, the leaves, the stalks or basal rosettes, and the sap. Agave syrup (also called agave nectar) is used as an alternative to sugar in cooking. By distillation, a spirit called mezcal is prepared; one of the most well-known forms of mezcal is tequila. All 100% blue agave tequila must be made from the Weber blue agave plant, to rigorous specifications and only in certain Mexican states.

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