Latest Articles
  • 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’s in a NOM? Tequila “Guru” Stuck in the 80′s

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 12, 2011 under Tequila News
    There are quite a few members of the "Tequila Snobberati" that insist that each individual tequila that comes out of the exact same NOM are actually the same exact tequila and that only the bottles differ. This is so ridiculously false that it's laughable.  It's more rhetoric attempts at preserving sacred cows. Firstly, what is a NOM.  NOM is an acronym for "Normas Oficial Mexicana".   T... more.
Register Your Bottle
Voodoo Tiki President Donna Taddeo
Follow Us on Facebook
FREE Recipe Book – 100 Margaritas!
Get your FREE Party Recipe Guide Now!. Click on the image below.

Mixing Voodoo Tiki Desert Rose
NEW Voodoo Tiki Apparel at Zazzle