While we’ve yet to taste Mucha Liga’s series of tequilas, this is one time when we’re willing to try a spirit strictly on the basis of its awesome packaging. Each bottle features a polygonal sculpt of a luchador mask. Bravo is a blanco, Canibal is a reposado, and Invicto is an añejo.
The best sipping tequila we’ve ever let pass over our tastebuds – this exclusive Gran Patrón is a 3-year aged extra añejo, which gives it a rich agave flavor that’s balanced by vanilla, mushroom and oak. Well worth the price tag for special occasions.
Spice up your evening with Patrón’s latest tequila liqueur. XO Cafe Incendio is flavored with chocolate and spicy arbol chile peppers. Makes for the world’s most awesome cup of coffee or hot cocoa, but also tastes great all by itself.
Nothing like guns and booze to get your evening off to a rousing start. This tequila from Hijos de Villa in either a Reposado Glock 9mm or Blanco Silver six-shooter bottle, and are perfect for firing “shots” into the two included glasses.
Let’s go ahead and raise our next margarita glass to toast the fine gusanos who gave their lives to produce the sal de gusano (aka Worm Tequila Salt) on the rim. Made only of worms, rock salt and chili.
Handcrafted with 100% pure Blue Agave, Espolón Tequila is known as much for its bold Dia de los Muertos-style graphic label by Posada as it is for the liquid inside; available in Blanco and Reposado.
You may have seen Avion if you watch Entourage. Well it’s a real thing, ’cause we’ve tasted it. Perfect in a tequila sunrise, a red dawn, or straight up, we quite enjoyed its silky smooth finish.
From Jalisco, the newly released small batch Karma tequila is made with a multiple distillation process and no additives. Silver available now; reposado and anejo versions are currently aging.
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