Colombia has one of the world’s highest infant mortality rates.
In Colombia, infants under one month of age are about 50 percent more likely to die than infants over one year.
That translates into an estimated 50,000 deaths per year.
In fact, the country has the third-highest infant mortality rate among countries in the world, behind the U.S. and Italy.
Tequila has been an important drink for centuries in the South American country, where it’s a staple of traditional folk drinks.
It’s also a staple in Colombia, where a large portion of the country’s exports come from.
But this year, Tequila became the most popular drink among tourists in Colombia when it was added to the countrys official tourism list.
According to a survey conducted by the Institute of Tourism of Colombia, Tequilas popularity increased by a staggering 80 percent among tourists.
Tequila is an American-style red spirit that is aged in oak casks and blended with a variety of ingredients including cachaça, a sweet beverage made from sugar and cinnamon.
It comes in a variety, including tequila, gin, rum, brandy, vodka and brandy liqueur.
It has a long history in Colombia as the country was one of several countries that imported Tequils from Mexico in the 1500s.
The American distilleries that began making Tequillos in the mid-1800s began blending them in their own casks with ingredients like agave, corn syrup, cinnamon, spices, and vanilla.
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