0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on December 2, 2011 under Retailer Support
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0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on November 10, 2011 under Tequila News
Do You Know Why is it Called Tequila? What is the origin of the name of Mexico’s most well-known drink? Just like the historical past of the margarita, and the mystical properties and reaction to the tequila itself, the answer is unquestionably clouded in mystery. One record has the word tequila believed to derive from the indigenous group of ticuilas who some time past lived near the hillsi... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on November 2, 2011 under Recipes, Spotted!
Pink Raspberry Margarita, featuring Voodoo Tiki Desert Rose Prickly Pear Infused Tequila featured on ShoesNBooze! Check it Out Here. Pink Raspberry margarita Ingredients: 1 oz Voodoo Tiki Desert Rose Prickly Pear Infused Tequila 1 oz Tequila Rose 1/2 oz Crème de Noyaux 1/2 oz Chambord 2 ½ oz cream dash of grenadine sugar for rimming fresh raspberries or strawberrie... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 30, 2011 under Recipes
I got Gummi Bears! I got Bottle Caps! I got Lemon Heads! I got Sour Patch Kids! . . .I got a rock. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFCrmWd3jtE Remember the days of Fun Dips, Astro Pops, Wax Lips, Necco Wafers and the Pop Rocks that killed poor Mikey? (Relax, he’s actually still alive.) Well, Halloween is here and if you say, "Trick or Treat" just right we'll send you th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 29, 2011 under Announcements
The limited “Dia de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead) edition of the 2012 Voodoo Tiki Tequila Coleccion Privada de la Familia, Extra Anejo is now available for preorder. Standing over 2 feet tall, the Voodoo Tiki Tequila Coleccion Privada de la Familia Extra Anejo is packaged in an authentic, real wood, hand carved Voodoo Tiki. Limited to 1,000 signed and numbered collections, the “Day of ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 26, 2011 under Tequila News
Would the Real Most Common Barrel Please Stand Up The most common barrel used for aging anejo tequila is usually an American oak whiskey barrel, with casks via whiskey companies generating anejo tequila on a regular basis. The wood imparts a smoothness to the tequila, and also infusing the anejo tequila together with the wood oils. These interact with the anejo tequila to produce different flav... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 25, 2011 under Press
Voodoo Tiki's President Donna Decunzo-Taddeo was featured in the June 2009 edition of Entrepreneur Magazine where she discussed the importance of being an ultra high quality product if you want to compete with huge multinational corporations in the feature article entitled, "When Second Really is Best." Read the whole article as it appears in the print edition below.... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 25, 2011 under Spotted!
Hello Massachusetts! Our newest Voodoo Tiki Destination. We've just been notified that Voodoo Tiki Tequila, and some of our gourmet cocktails have been spotted by a Voodoo Tiki Tribe Member on the lifestyle and entertainment magazine, The Pulse. Read the Article Here... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 18, 2011 under Tequila News
This is part 4. For part 3, Click Here Today, most pulque is consumed in bars called "pulquerías". At the beginning of the 20th century, there were more than 1,000 of these in Mexico City alone. By the early 20th century, pulquerías became socially accepted and some were places of great elegance. But whether for rich or poor, two features stood out among these establishments, odd or catch... more.
0 CommentsPosted by JohnnyTiki on October 17, 2011 under Tequila News, Uncategorized
This is part 3. To read part 2, Click Here. Pulque production is a long and delicate process. The maguey plant needs twelve years of maturation before the sap, or aguamiel, can be extracted, but a good plant can produce for up to one year. This aguamiel can be drunk straight, but it is alcoholic only after a fermentation process that can start in the plant itself. This liquid is collect... more.