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  • Who Ruined the True Margarita Recipe?

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 11, 2013 under Tequila News
    The margarita is by far the most famous tequila cocktail, and sadly the odds are that many tequila fans have never experienced a True Margarita. The margarita is a fairly recent invention among well-known cocktails. It exploded on the scene in the mid-20th century. There are many tales about its creation, original recipe, and the origin of its' name, but it's absolutely no mystery what happened... more.
  • What is a NOM, and What’s on My Tequila Label?

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 9, 2013 under Tequila News
    NOM is an acronym for, Norma Oficial Mexicana.  It’s a number that refers to the distiller registration number of the distillery in which the tequila was made. Currently  there are over 1,000 brands produced by about 100 distillers in the tequila region of Mexico.  All bottles are required to carry the NOM, stating the tequila’s distillery of origin. The NOM does not indicate quality or ... more.
  • What are Tequila Flights?

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 6, 2013 under Tequila News
    One of the hot trends in the tequila hobby is the introduction of "Tequila Flights." Flights are so hot these days that it's unlikely that you'll find a tequila bar menu that doesn't offer a variety of tequila flights. A tequila flight is simply a tasting serving of three tequila offerings.  They come in a variety of styles, and are named accordingly. Vertical Tequila Flight In the Vertica... more.
  • How to Serve Tequila

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 5, 2013 under Tequila News
    Tequila is multifaceted, and can be served in a variety of ways.  The spring break party crowd might lead you to believe tequila should be poured straight into your mouth by a bikini clad hostess wearing a holster, while Little John insists, "Shot, Shot, Shot, Shot!"  Many a tequila snob will have you think that if you don;t sip a tequila, you're not a real tequila drinker.  The truth is tequil... more.
  • Voodoo Tiki Board a Party Sensation

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 3, 2013 under Events, Tequila News
    The Voodoo Tiki Board is a huge hit at bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and home parties alike! Between November 1s, 2012t and January 1st, 2013 we shipped over 300 Voodoo Boards to tequila fans that purchased them trough the Voodoo Tiki website.  An additional 200 were shipped to retailers via the Voodoo Tiki selective retailers program.  The Voodoo Tiki Board is a hit at any party, and a grea... more.
  • How To Read Your Tequila Label

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 2, 2013 under Tequila News
    There are currently over 1,000 brands of tequila listed with the Consejo Regulador del Tequila (CRT), the governing body of the tequila industry.  With so many brands of tequila on liquor store shelves, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. Even in the age of information, many tequila companies are strategic in the information they share. Take for example Gold Tequila, the name implie... more.
  • What is Double Barrel Tequila?

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 16, 2012 under Tequila News
    In a previous post we answered the question "What is Single Barrel Tequila?"  Which begs the question what is "Double Barrel Tequila?" Like so many things tequila, including the term "Single Barrel" there is a true traditional meaning, and then an exploitation of the term. As we discussed in answering the earlier question "What is Single Barrel Tequila?, When whiskey is bottled a number of ... more.
  • What is Single Barrel Tequila?

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 13, 2012 under Tequila News
    You're hearing more and more talk of "Single Barrel Tequila these days, however single barrel has a different meaning in the tequila hobby than it doe in the American whiskey hobby.  Let's explain, "What is a Single Barrel Tequila?" vs "What is a Single Barrel Whiskey?" As you likely already know, tequila is the fermented juice of the blue agave.  After fermentation the liquor is distille... more.
  • Secrets of the Tequila Industry Both Old and New

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 17, 2012 under Tequila News
    There is an old legend behind the creation of tequila. The Aztec people of Mexico witnessed a bolt of lightning strike an Agave plant. These people called this plant as octli, that later on came to be known as pulque. This caused the liquid inside the plant to boil and after it cooled down, these tribesmen tasted the nectar from the pina. They loved the taste of the liquid and quickly duplicated t... more.
  • Coconut Tequila Mojito

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 2, 2012 under Tequila News
    Coconut Tequila Mojito 2 oz Voodoo Tiki Platinum Coconut Infused Tequila 2 chunks of Pineapple Fresh mint 1 oz Lime Juice .5 oz coconut simple syrup Muddle the pineapple and mint in a highball glass.  Combine Voodoo Tiki Platinum Coconut Infused Tequila, lime juice and coconut simple syrup in a mixing glass with ice.  Shake well to break the ice.  Ice the highball glass.  Str... more.
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